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From balancing your course load to forging relationships with classmates to extracurricular involvement, these are the tried and true methods to nail your career as a student.

Are GCSE Exam Changes Affecting Student's Results?
Many students and parents have been left 'befuddled' by the recent changes to the GCSE marking system. The new system was introduced for specifications that were first taught in 2015. This means that ...
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Vedang Bhatta year ago
Influential Reading and Its Benefits
Reading has been an integral part of learning; it has been one of the most significant sources of information. About 70 years ago, there was no YouTube and television was not very popular; in that era...
Aaron Mimsa year ago
How the Music Programs in Middle School and High School Changed My Life
So when I was growing up, I didn't have many friends. I was quite a shy person for the most part. My summers were spent at home, my school years were also spent doing nothing fun at all, I was bullied...
Sydney Faitha year ago
What It's Like to Be a First-Year Uni Student, #2
So it’s finally reading week. Look at you go! You’re so excited you can hardly concentrate through your last class. Maybe you have a train to catch or a flight or a bus waiting for you. Maybe you’re h...
Rhiannon Thomasa year ago
There's More to Life Than Waiting
There are many things I wish I could tell my younger self. At the ripe old age of 20 (I know, not very old, but I like to over exaggerate, doesn't everyone who's just had their adolescence snatched fr...
Kendra Wheelera year ago
The Four-Year Expectation
When I was 18 years old, I started my music degree at Memorial University of Newfoundland. It was my first time living away from home, my first time feeling independent, and the first time I had to ma...
Being an Adult Learner
Ok, so I'm a lecturer. I teach at a college which not only has FE courses but also houses HE. I got into teaching by mistake really, well, not mistake but definitely by accident. Allow me to paint the...
Freidrich Froebel’s Biography
Introduction In this article, I will be giving light upon Friedrich Froebel and his historic background. I have books and articles to support my assignment. Using this evidence, I will show how differ...
Jon Bailliea year ago
Books Aren't the Only Way
I suppose one way of starting this off is to introduce myself. My name is Jon. I live in England near the south coast. Many beach days are had in the summer. We'll get to the drunk bit later on... Des...
Tracey Evansa year ago
The Life of a PhD Student
Whilst studying for my Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, I had a vision that I would do a PhD. This dream saw me swanning around in a white lab coat, performing faultless experiments and producing groun...
Mike Messier2 years ago
Read a Book... And Write in It
As a schoolchild, my classmates and I were instructed NOT to write in our books. This, we were routinely told, was because at the end of the school year, we would have to turn in our books to our teac...
Dreams In a Restroom
There are youth who are naturally timid and introverted, and there are youth who are outgoing and extroverted, but either type can be destroyed by blatant bullying. Now, if the blatant and vicious bul...
The Meaning of Books
Teacher: OK, class, today we'll talk about books! There's total silence; nobody even blinks. Still nothing; I expected something like: Books? That's silly? They're just things we read! Teacher: We'll ...
Madi Adrianna2 years ago
Education Majors, Their Insight
“What a child is taught, is what they become.” This is a quote, in my eyes, that reflects a teacher’s job description. When a child is taught all of the core subjects, they automatically have one that...
Elle C.2 years ago
I Feel Sooo ADD Today!
“God! I feel so ADD today! I can’t seem to do anything today!” I hear things like this all the time coming from people who do not have ADD or ADHD. In short, do not call your inability to focus for on...
Straight A's and the Road to Hell
"But you are so gifted." "We all know you are going to get an A." "Stop worrying, you'll do fine." "Shut up! You are so clever." "Of course you are going to pass." "If you're failing this, we all are....
Stealing Education
In a perfect world, education would be significantly different. In New Mexico, it isn't the perfect world that is needed, but at least an adequate one. In 2015, New Mexico had 889 schools and 340,365 ...
Amanda McNeill2 years ago
My Best Inebriated Essay
My professor told me to drink. Now, that’s not to say that he was encouraging alcoholism or trying to influence a room full of young, impressionable minds, but he did suggest that us students take a d...