Tag: classes

Improving Your College Competitiveness: What Classes to Take Each Year of High School

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

It's no secret that honors and AP courses look great on college applications. Here are some other ways to maximize your class schedule each year of high school. read more

What to Study in High School to Improve Your College Chances

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Freelance Writer

What you take in high school can affect your college acceptances. Read this guide for some help on which classes to choose. read more

How to Utilize Technology to Get Ahead of the Class

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Freelance Writer

Technology can be used inside and outside the classroom to help you succeed. Here's how you can get ahead and stay ahead with reputable online resources, helpful apps, and cloud access. read more

Tips for Choosing Your Senior Year Schedule

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Choosing a class schedule for senior year can be a daunting task. Here's how to strike a balance between all your options. read more

Breaking Bad Habits From Vegetation to Procrastination

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Communications

Take heed of this cautionary yet all-too-relatable tale of bad study skills, unhealthy habits, and dorm-room dilemmas...plus a few tips on how to turn things around. read more

How to Stay Involved in the Arts as a Non-major

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Student, Wellesley College

Love the arts but not majoring in them? You don't have to give up your watercolor-painting, tap-dancing, horn-playing habits just yet! read more

CLEP Exams Equal College Credit

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Director of Business Development, Triumph College Admissions (TCA)

The College Board promotes this test with the statement, "The knowledge you've gained from your education or professional experiences can take you further than you think." This is true. CLEP can turn your current knowledge and experience into college credit(s). read more

Scary Schools

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Public Relations Associate, Carnegie Communications

One downside of being a college student is that you're finally at that age where you're too old to go trick or treating in your local neighborhood. Have no fear (actually, have some fear: it's a spooky time of year). Many campuses have some haunted, supernatural tales to entertain the students. Hug your pillow, grab some candy corn, and read on... If you dare... read more