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02.08.2017
Posted by Pat Delorean

  Would you like to have a better memory? Or a perfect ability to multi-task? Do you want to perform better in college? Well, it might be easier than you think. Language learning can make you smarter, improve decision making and even keep your brain healthy in an old age. In today’s world, there are

01.27.2017
Posted by Pat Delorean

Writing a thank you letter after a job interview is not a choice, it is a must if you really want to get a job. Many employers say that when it comes to making the final hiring decision, the smallest detail can be a turning point. They look at everything from your qualifications and how

01.18.2017
Posted by Pat Delorean

Can’t remember a single moment when you weren’t nervous before addressing the audience? Is the fear of public speaking keeping you from reaching your full potential? Are you uncertain about what to say and how to say it? Don’t worry! Just a few simple tips will help you calm your nerves, focus on your key

12.23.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Knowing how to summarize something is a valuable skill in many writing assignments. However, a summary paragraph can be tricky to write as there is always a risk to include too little or too much information. If you are not completely sure how to prepare this important part of your writing piece, keep reading. Below

12.02.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Critical thinking is based on the idea that you can solve a problem or apply a solution through methodical and deep analysis of a subject. It incorporates broad study of a topic, comparison, application and synthesis of that which has been learned. Critical thinking is one of the most valuable fruits of a college education.

11.21.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

A skit is a small show or performance that consists of little comedic scenes. To prepare a captivating skit, you have to think of the funny ideas. Determine the genre and length of your skit. Decide what you are attempting to do with your story. Do you wish to convey a message or just make

11.04.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Whether you’re a college student who is about to graduate or one who is just starting their academic journey, the question on everyone’s mind is: what will I do after college? This question helps direct students to choose certain classes or hone specific skills. Which is why it’s essential to find out exactly what kinds

10.25.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

A comparison essay is just what it sounds like: taking two things and comparing them to each other. This is a common type of essay assignment for college courses. A professor of a literature course could ask you to compare two Shakespearean plays. In this case you would be looking for common themes, tone, plot,

10.10.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

There are many reasons students decide to leave college before they’ve graduated. Maybe you had extenuating circumstances to deal with, or weren’t able to afford tuition or you realized your school wasn’t a good match for you. Whatever your reason, you might be feeling a mix of relief and anxiety. What now? Just because you

09.23.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

  Making an outline for a speech is very similar to making an outline for a five paragraph essay. Most students have written way more five paragraph essays than they have written speeches, so it’s comforting to know you can apply a lot of the same techniques to speech-writing. Simply put, all speeches have an