infographic 150x150 One Style Does Not Fit All: How Personality Differences Affect Learning

Infographic: One style does not fit all. Info about how personality differences affect learning.

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trust 150x150 How to Identify a Genuine Academic Writing Service from a Scam OneA good academic assignment writing agency or a genuine academic writer is a rare breed. Sure, there are several academic writing agencies in the market but 60% of them are scanners and supply plagiarised, duplicate and poor quality essays or dissertations or theme papers research works and assignments. Beware of such scammers who will take your money and run leaving you with a bad quality academic paper and an even worse grade. Learn about the distinctive features of genuine academic writing teams.

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more+business+schools+are+launching+online+mba+degree+programs 3085 800847316 0 0 7075312 300 150x150 Myths and Realities about the Online MBAWith the relatively recent shift to online learning, it’s hard for many of us to think that an online MBA program could be equivalent in terms of learning and reputation to that of an in-classroom MBA. Many of the perceived benefits of a traditional MBA, including networking and interaction with your professors (conceivably top business members in your field of study) may appear to be impossible with an online MBA. The reality is that you can obtain an excellent MBA education by taking the very modern, very mainstream, online path.

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Depositphotos 28215081 xs 150x150 Student Loan Relief Still Working Through Congress

The total amount of student loan debt carried by 37 million U.S. borrowers surpassed the $1 trillion mark in 2012, according to Federal Reserve data. The data is particularly troubling for Millennials (those under the age of 29), who account for 38 percent of all borrowers. Both chambers of Congress have proposed bills that would provide significant relief to millions of borrowers, but both have hit legislative snags in the process.

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hogher ed 150x150 The crowning glory of higher educationHigher education isn’t, and has never been, purely about the degree you get at the end of your course. The journey is as important as the destination especially for those who study abroad and combine the discovery of a new nation and way of life with academic learning.

That means that you need to endeavour to get as much out of your student years as possible. The things that we do during our time at university and college, the experiences we have and the friends we make, are the initial steps we take in our adult lives.

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OnlineSchooling Image from Schooxhttpwww.schoox.comblogp6051 150x150 5 Great Tips on Succeeding in Online Graduate SchoolHaving success in online graduate school amounts to one’s ability to engage the classroom with a practical and realistic attitude. Below is a list of five things anyone beginning an online graduate program can do to enhance their chance of success. Of course, what we mean by success is not merely finishing the program; it’s finishing the program with high marks and with a sense that you walked away with something valuable.

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Depositphotos 38246275 xs 150x150 The Best Paying Jobs on the Market TodayOf all the messages left behind by tech giant Steve Jobs, former CEO of Apple Computers, perhaps the most poignant was his commencement speech at Stanford University. “Do what you love,” said Jobs, “and the only way to be satisfied is to do what you consider to be great work.” Perhaps your view of great work involves helping others or running a business or selling lunches from a food truck. If you’re passionate about the following jobs, the great news is they offer some of the best financial rewards for each hour of work you put in.

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students f aid 150x150 Financial Aid for Online Graduate School StudentsIf you’ve determined that you’re interested in going back to school for an online graduate degree, you may be overwhelmed at the thought of paying for it. While financial aid is sometimes not as easy to obtain for a graduate degree, there could be money is out there to help you, if you qualify, reach your goal if you invest some time and energy into finding it.

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DoDont 1 150x150 The Dos and Donts of Studying In CollegeFor many young people, college is supposed to be the natural next step after graduating high school. Unfortunately, a lot of high school students are unprepared for the transition to college education. Even the best students get caught off guard by the multiple deadlines, more reading, and more homework of college courses. College life moves faster than most are used to, so read on to learn some do’s and don’ts of studying in college.

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prepare 150x150 How to Prepare for the Future…While Still in CollegeWhile college is the time to study, make friends, and have fun, it is also the time to start thinking about the future and taking advantage of all the great resources that surround you. It’s way too common, and unfortunately I was no exception, to procrastinate certain actions and steps that can contribute to future success. By engaging in the practices below, you will not only have more money while in college, but you will be better prepared once you leave.

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” – Benjamin Franklin

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