Expert Guides on How to Study for College

Succeeding in college takes hard work and commitment, but you don’t have to do it alone. This study guide includes advice and tips for creating study plans, taking meaningful notes, minimizing stress, and more. Read on to find out how to not just survive, but thrive in college.

  • The amount of interest that accrues on your student loans plays a significant role in how much you end up paying overall. Therefore, it’s not surprising that borrowers are always looking for ways to lower their interest rates. One of the most common methods for lowering interes... Read More
  • Not understanding what student loan interest is, how it accrues, and how to pay it off can cost you thousands of dollars on top of the original money you borrowed. Don’t let understanding interest intimidate or confuse you. Taking the time to fully grasp what interest means is ... Read More
  • An online master’s in school counseling gives you the skills to support children and adolescents as they manage their academic lives, plan their careers, and build relationships. With 71 online master’s in school counseling programs to choose from, you shouldn’t have any is... Read More
  • 15% of current U.S. college students do not think colleges should require students attending in-person classes to be vaccinated against COVID-19 20% of students opposed say they will transfer to a different institution with no vaccine requirements if their current school manda... Read More
  • If you're planning on going on to graduate school, passing the GRE is one of the biggest hurdles you have to face. The GRE, which stands for Graduate Record Examination, is like the SAT or ACT for graduate school, and more than 500,000 students take it each year. The GRE has thre... Read More
  • In the U.S., colleges have long been considered havens for liberal political and social views, to the point where those with more conservative viewpoints feel unwelcome or threatened. However, our recent study demonstrates that students from both sides of the aisle have concer... Read More
  • Graduate studies in organizational management focus on various techniques and paradigms to prepare future master’s program graduates to attain high-level positions that coordinate and lead business units to success. Organizational managers are responsible departmental finances,... Read More
  • At schools that mandate the COVID-19 vaccine, 55% of unvaccinated students lie about being vaccinated 46% of students who lied did so by creating or purchasing a fake vaccination card 1 in 2 unvaccinated students lie about vax status in social situations Unvaccinated stu... Read More
  • Passing the NCLEX has been the standard requirement for aspiring registered nurses and licensed practical nurses in the United States since 1994. Out of over 250,000 NCLEX-RN and more than 60,000 NCLEX-PN test-takers in 2020, the pass rates were 72.35% and 70.89%, respectively. ... Read More