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Essays are an important part of your academic assignments. It is an art that requires in-depth knowledge of the topic, which is why teachers give regular essay writing assignments. To write great essays, one must not only have knowledge but also be fluent in the language. They also take a lot of time. When students … Continue reading Pros And Cons Of Using Essay Writing Services

Flunked your college midterms and your grades are falling in a freefall? Check out these top five strategies to improve your grades and get your scores back on track. Get Help Maybe your professor is a strict task-master who assigns extra challenging assignments to students, or perhaps you require a little more time and help … Continue reading 5 Steps To Turn Things Around When You’re Failing Classes In College

Procrastination is the habit or art of voluntarily putting off something for a later time. We could argue that procrastination is part of student life – after all, who wants to spend their weekends writing an essay that isn’t due for weeks? However, this counterproductive habit not only impacts your grades but can also cause … Continue reading 5 Practical Tips To End Procrastination & Start Studying

Racing against the clock? Do you have tons and tons of reading to complete for a college course? Have you considered speed reading your way through your textbooks? In this article, we introduce three different speed-reading techniques to help you read faster and better. What Is Speed Reading? Speed reading is the process of rapidly … Continue reading Learn Faster & Better With These 3 Speed Reading Strategies

Despite their best intentions, even the best students fall behind on college work. It doesn’t matter which course you have signed up for, there are likely to be a couple of semesters when the workload becomes so overwhelming that you feel like giving it all up. Fortunately, you can get back on track. Here are … Continue reading How To Stop Falling Behind On College Work: Success Strategies For Students

Did you know there are around 33 billion people in the world who are bilingual? And yet, only 13% of Americans can speak more than one language. This is surprising considering that being bilingual offers multiple benefits – it improves memory, helps with creative problem solving, and improves cognitive flexibility. If you are still not … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why You Should Learn A New Language