Tag: math

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

Where Are All the Math Majors?

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Math is important. Math isn't evil. Math is reachable. So where are all the Math majors out there? read more

Top Study Tips for Every High School Subject

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

These tips are organized by English, History, Science, and Math, so you can improve your study habits in each area before you head off to college. read more

Math and "When Are We Ever Going to Use It?"

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President, Singular Value Consulting

A math major and professional answers the age-old question . . . read more

Business Analytics: A New Path for Women Who Like Math

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Director, Master of Science in Business Analytics, University of Tennessee

Think your love of math and science only translates into a career in engineering? Think again! read more

Calculators on the SAT: What Will You Choose?

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Co-founder, Testive

Think you need a fancy calculator to do well on the SAT? Think again. read more

What Can You Do With a Physics Major?

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Physics majors are all geeky lab rats, right? Wrong. Read on to learn about some of the many directions a physics major can take you. read more

Must-Have Skills for Science Majors Part 2

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Scholarship Search Strategist, College Prep Ready

In addition to having proper research and writing skills, science majors must be able to communicate effectively and have good math skills. Start today on developing your writing, research, communication, and math skills to give you the advantage in working internships, volunteer opportunities, and your future careers. read more

What Can You Do With a Math Degree?

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Freelance Writer

So you like math, and you're thinking about declaring a major in it. But you wonder: what kind of job can I get? read more

What Can You Do With an Engineering Major?

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If you're looking for a job where you can help people, use your science and math skills, and be in demand for decades to come, a career in engineering is tough to beat. read more