Tag: high school academics

How to Balance Homework and Internships in High School

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, India

Taking on an internship can be difficult as a high school student, but you can find a balance and be successful at both work and school with these helpful tips. read more

Top Tips for Good Grades in High School and College

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Writer and Editor-in-Chief, Classrooms.com

With a few smart strategies and the right supplies, you can maintain good grades in high school or college. Here's what you need to know! read more

5 Tips for Focusing and Note-Taking in Online Classes

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Site Editor, TechTarget

Online learning is now a huge part of many high school and college students' lives. Take better notes in your remote classes and stay focused with these tips! read more

How to Make Online Learning Work Better for You

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Still not getting the hang of remote classes? These three tips could help you make the most of your learning online routine. Check them out! read more

Choosing Your High School Classes With College in Mind

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Educational Consultant and Founder, Grand Fit Educational Consulting

Choosing high school classes you're passionate about and that'll benefit you on college applications is crucial. Here's how you can create the best schedule! read more

Pandemic Problems: Resources to Share With Students

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The pandemic hasn't been easy on counselors or students. Here's a comprehensive list of resources to help with the struggles you and your students are facing. read more

6 Tips for Dealing With Distractions in Online Classes

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Writer & Editor-in-Chief, Classrooms.com

Staying focused during online classes is a lot different than focusing during in-person instruction. Here are six great tips to keep you on track. read more

21 Apps to Get You Through Finals This Semester

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Education Writer

Finals week is always a stressful time, and even more so if you have to manage finals from home. Here are 21 apps that will make exam season easier. read more

How to Better Cope With Remote Learning

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Psychologist and Founder, Top College Consultants

As the pandemic carries on, so does the struggle with learning at home. These expert tips will help if you're feeling down about remote learning. read more

Don't Use Your English Paper as a College Essay

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President, Wow Writing Workshop

Many students send college application essays that were written for an English class. Most earned A's, but they're not often college app ready. Here's why! read more