how to

How tos for the learners and the learned; tips and tricks to help you study effectively, survive your school years, impress your teachers and more.

Shelby Dosdos9 months ago
Revision Tips
Mainly for Those Doing GCSE/A-Level
Anezka Smidlova9 months ago
How to Write a Thesis Step by Step (Part 1)
Writing your thesis is one of the last tasks you need to undertake in order to get your degree. In most cases, it is also the hardest one, and something many people fear. There is no doubt that the ta...
Ariana Seanor9 months ago
From Everything to Nothing
The Stress and the Bliss
Kelsey Lange10 months ago
The Ultimate Guide to Taking Notes in College & Everything You Need
My freshman year of college, I quickly learned that attending a university is much different than high school. The fast pace of classes and the necessary study time quickly overwhelmed me. But instead...
Skyler Jack10 months ago
Prepping for College 101
When I was first leaving the nest and going off to live on my own, I was both nervous and excited. You get to branch out, take some responsibility for yourself, and learn plenty of new things. I moved...
Pinar Melis10 months ago
Exam Stress and ADHD
As the month of May slowly brings doom upon us, us guys with ADHD probably started to think of ways to procrastinate revision for your exams a good few months back...but then procrastinated finding wa...
Roger Philmorea year ago
How to Get Into an MBA Program Without Taking the GMAT
The GMAT acts as a stumbling block for professionals who want to pursue an MBA online. Many universities and business schools require prospective students to take the GMAT to enroll in their online MB...
How to Overcome Learning Gaps With Video Lessons
Enhance productivity in the learning process by using effective approaches to education.
Emery Ravenwooda year ago
One Draft, Two Draft; Old Draft, New Draft
Drafting. Normal people hate it, and I say "normal people" because I've only met one person in my entire life who actually liked editing rough drafts for other people. She was kind-of out there. Don't...
Carol Wilsona year ago
How to Become a Nurse Educator
Nurse educators are experienced nurses with a strong clinical background who train and educate budding nurses. Even if a few nurses prefer to continue giving medical assistance to other professionals ...
Joe Chesshera year ago
Student Leadership #002
The Art of The Debate…Joes Way Your game plan for how you debate is going to be influenced by many factors one of which will be how much opposition you face, if you face little opposition, it will be ...
Effectively Researching for University
When you're at university, you can sometimes feel a little overwhelmed by the amount of information thrown at you in lectures. You'll be taking different classes, some lecturers will cover several imp...
Mike Olsena year ago
Breaking Legs for the First Time
It’s never easy to start off a new job in a field that is very familiar to you, but with little to go off of. You were hired for a reason, right, and you had almost convinced yourself that there was n...
Samantha Rosea year ago
5 Ways to Engage Your Active Kindergartener
Kindergarten is a tough year for most parents and nearly all children. Once the sadness of separation is gone (I promise it will only take a month or less!), the real challenges may show themselves. T...
Ben Wa year ago
Learning About Question Words
Knowing how to pose a question in English is a key component towards developing proficiency in the language. You’ll be able to better get around a city, ask for directions, find nearby places, and ask...
Charley Bennetta year ago
Handling Your First Assignment
You’ve graduated from college and made it into your first year at uni. You’ve successfully moved into your new student flat and enjoyed the madness of Fresher’s Week. You’ve started classes and began ...
Home School Freshman
I started homeschooling my daughter after a series of unfortunate events at her school. It was not the usual suspect of bullying but simply the lack of everything outside Math and English (sorry Langu...
Mette Fiskera year ago
"Can I Get CAS for That?" – Ideas for IB Students
Here’s one for students studying the International Baccalaureate diploma program. In my last article, I wrote about my experiences with the IB diploma program, and a little bit about CAS. A subject sp...