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  • The 5 Best Pens for Taking Notes in Your College Classes

    Oct 8, 2013 • Textbooks.com • College TipsRead More »
    The 5 Best Pens for Taking Notes in Your College Classes

    College students, a good pen could boost your grades. Hear us out. If you were to walk into any lecture hall today, you’d see a smattering of students typing notes on sleek laptops and tablets. Many students, though, still see the value in taking notes by hand. (In fact, recently we asked our readers how ...

  • Secrets to a Successful Study Group

    Aug 22, 2013 • Loretta Kay • College TipsRead More »
    Secrets to a Successful Study Group

    The prospect of a study group makes me wary. Some of my study groups have turned into unproductive hang-out sessions, while others quickly became panicky and disorganized. So when members of my difficult psychology class suggested that we try a study group, I knew I should go, but I wasn’t thrilled about it. But it ...

  • College Library Hours: Optimal Times to Hit the Stacks

    Jul 30, 2013 • Brittany Moorman • College TipsRead More »
    College Library Hours: Optimal Times to Hit the Stacks

    College library hours are usually around the clock, seven days a week. So when’s the best time to go? The answer to that depends on what kind of student you are, and what your sleeping habits are like. The most important thing about figuring out when to go to the library is to know yourself! Late ...

  • 5 Top College iPad Apps for Homework Help

    Jul 28, 2013 • Loretta Kay • College TipsRead More »
    5 Top College iPad Apps for Homework Help

    iPads are great for college students. They provide portable, easy-to-navigate knowledge. I’ve found that there are many ways to use an iPad to help with homework. Here are some top college iPad apps that make studying, notetaking, and learning faster and more effective. iAnnotate PDF As a writing major, I’ve found that most of my ...

  • Study Abroad Prep: Use Your College’s Resources to Learn the Language

    Jul 26, 2013 • Rachel Braedyn • College TipsRead More »
    Study Abroad Prep: Use Your College’s Resources to Learn the Language

    The chance to study abroad is a dream for students who want to travel, but many are afraid of visiting a country where they don’t speak the language. However, not knowing a language doesn’t mean you can’t learn before studying in another country. I was able to improve my Spanish before my study abroad program ...

  • How to Balance a College Social Life and a College Education

    Jun 24, 2013 • Hareem Shafi • College TipsRead More »
    How to Balance a College Social Life and a College Education

    College: a brand new frontier, brimming with possibilities. When I started college I was armed with two suitcases, my favorite books, and ideas of what college had in store for me. “The whole package,” everyone said. “That’s what you have to look forward to. Friends, freedom, and an excellent education.” After two weeks of being ...