Tag: reading

Tips for Surviving AP Classes

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

No one said your AP classes would be easy--in fact, they said the opposite. But that doesn't mean you won't survive, especially with these tips. read more

Why Extra Reading Matters in High School

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Whether it's fiction or the news, a science blog or a poetry review, doing extra reading in high school has some serious benefits. One student explains. read more

How to Prepare for Your College Classes: 4 Genius Tips

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Freelance Writer

Follow these four tips to be fully prepared for your college classes. read more

10 Fiction Picks for College Bookworms

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Student, Pennsylvania State University

Top fiction choices for college students who want to relax with a good book or just read something without having to analyze it. (No pop quiz will be given.) read more

5 Things You Need to Relearn How to Do in College

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Student, Dallas Baptist University

Ever feel like you know how to do something then realize you still have some learning to do? That's college in a nutshell. read more

Scholarship Saturday: September 12, 2015

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Reading: You're Doing It Wrong

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Freelance Writer

There's reading and there's reading effectively, so you excel in your classes and, you know, life. This is how. read more

Scholarship Saturday: May 10, 2014

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Master Vocab for Test Success

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Founder and Creator, Verbal Education

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Conquering Short Passages on Standardized Tests

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Test Prep Tutor and Writer, Grockit.com

Both the GMAT and the GRE include reading comprehension. So how should your approach change between its longer and shorter passages? read more