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Spring Semester Study Tips After a Long Winter Break

After a long winter break it can be difficult for college students to get back into the swing of things. You’re coming off the holiday high, you’re still used to sleeping in and the spring semester finals are so far away it’s easy to slack off. But if you want to end the school year on a strong note, it’s much easier if you hit the ground running right after the winter break. These study hacks will help you get everything on track for a super productive spring semester. Give Yourself

A guide to gardening courses

Gardening is very relaxing and can be enjoyed by people of all ages. There are various benefits to doing the activity as it can be a great way to keep active, reduce stress and spend time in the great outdoors. Many people love gardening so much that they opt to take a career in it. This can be done by completing a course to improve your skills before searching for a job within this sector or setting up your own business and going freelance. The following article will serve as a guide to gardening

How to Research a Well-Informed Academic Essay

As a general rule, the more in depth your research is, the better your finished academic essay will be. Of course, no amount of reading and researching will fix flawed arguments, poor presentation or bad grammar, but if you feel confident of the basics, digging deeper into your subject area will help your essay to stand out and earn higher grades. This article has been written to help you explore your subject more widely, uncover lesser known sources and take an even wider view of your essay

How to choose a university

With the stretch drive for university applications looming in the new year, you are no closer to narrowing down your desired post-secondary institutions than you were back in September. With much of your focus taken up by getting good grades and shoring up your extracurricular activities in your senior year of high school, you need to take some time out from your busy schedule to draft a shortlist of colleges that make sense for you. For that, you need a framework to figure out what schools