Month: October 2013

7 Ways To Maximize Productivity In College

College is an exciting time filled with opportunity, but it also brings an almost overwhelming number of challenges to productivity. Making your own food, working with roommates, passing classes, and often working a part-time job result in plummeting productivity for many students. You can save yourself time and stress by applying these ideas to your … Read More >

The Freshman’s Guide To Textbook Rentals

If you have been in college for more than 3 hours, you probably know just how terrifyingly expensive textbooks can be. In our parent’s generation, many students could save money on textbooks by getting used versions from previous student.  Today, however, textbook publishers have largely stopped this opportunity by constantly coming out with new editions … Read More >

How To Study Most Effectively For Your Learning Style

How can you make learning easy and effective? Contrary to popular opinion, textbooks and lectures might not be your best option.  Whether you are taking a regular class or studying for a CLEP exam, you can greatly increase your productivity by planning a study schedule designed to compliment your particular learning style. Here are some … Read More >

CLEP Graduates

5 Reasons CLEP Tests Are Top Students’ Secret Weapon

Top performing students have a secret… they’re not using the same tools you are. Many elite students are actually skipping traditional classes. Instead of sinking loads of money and valuable time into normal classes like everyone else, these world-class learners actually have found a way to skip to the final exam after studying on their … Read More >

traits employers want

Warning: Do You Have These 6 Traits Employers Want?

With unemployment rates depressingly high even for college graduates, what can a student or job seeker do to stand out? Thankfully, even while the job market is filled with people looking for good opportunities, many employers are actually having trouble finding people they want to hire. While college degrees certainly establish a basic level of … Read More >