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.

  • 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
  • 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
  • Learning disabilities present unique challenges when you’re planning to attend college. The National Center for Learning Disabilities conducted a survey in 2016 of 800 parents, and 72% said it was hard finding information about college disability services. For these students, g... Read More
  • Deciding on a career path can feel overwhelming. But taking a free online career test and personality assessment is a quick, yet insightful way to figure out where your interests lie and how they can translate into a fulfilling career. A career test or personality assessment is u... Read More
  • You’ve taken your final exams, turned in your final projects, and completed your classes for the term - congratulations! However, learning is a cumulative process; even though classes end, you will need to take steps to retain the skills and knowledge you acquired so you can ap... Read More
  • When it comes to enrolling in college, the process of selecting the right major and school often overshadows a consideration that may have an even greater effect on your post-graduation life — how you will pay for your education. Student loans are the most common answer to this... Read More
  • Does it matter where you go to college? It’s an age-old question, and as the cost of education rises an important one to ask. To this day there are clashing views on whether or not attending a top school will actually improve your chances of employment and lead to higher pay. ... Read More
  • At the end of June, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed Roe v. Wade leading nearly half of states to roll back abortion rights. For some young adults who are thinking about where they want to attend college, not having the guaranteed right to an abortion in some states may have th... Read More
  • Based on recent data gathered by Intelligent, many Republicans support reducing funding for public colleges and universities because they believe they spread liberal propaganda. Additionally, previous surveys have revealed that 50% of college students fear expressing their politi... Read More