High school students can start practicing life skills in high school to succeed after graduation. Start by following a morning routine, keeping a to-do list, regularly cleaning out your backpack, making sure your study methods are working, and limiting your screen time an hour before bed.
The best entry-level jobs will help you develop transferable job skills, such as organizational, communication, networking, and customer service skills. Ultimately, the best path is to take the most of every opportunity and approach everything as a learning opportunity, regardless of your position.
On-campus jobs help students with living expenses. With short commute, flexible hours, and time to do homework, college campuses offer many student jobs. From barista to mailroom attendant, here are some common on-campus jobs.
Deciding when to apply can have as much of an impact on the admissions decision as on your application profile altogether. Here’s the difference between early action, early decision, and restrictive early action.
It’s your last year of high school! Here’s some advice on how to have a successful senior year of high school.
College decisions usually come in four batches: Early decisions first, early action second, then early decision two, and finally regular decision. Here’s a timeline of when students should receive their decisions and tips on how to cope in the meantime.
Are you applying Early Decision to any schools? If so, and make sure you understand the difference between Early Decision and Early Decision II! Click here to see the list of colleges in the US offering Early Decision and their due dates.
Tulane University’s incoming freshman class will be made up mostly of early applicants. Can you expect this from other universities?
The number of college admissions applications has been steadily rising for the last few years.
Colleges to try out a new program where students can earn a three year Bachelor’s degree.
Yale Law School is launching the Hurst Horizon Scholarship Program, making it the first law school in the U.S. to cover the full cost of tuition for students with great financial need.
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