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06.08.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Motivation is difficult to underrate. It is a crucial component of succeeding in a great number of vital affairs: from attending gym regularly to finishing that research project on time. In case your motivation levels are actually low at the moment, you’ve reached the right place. We’ve collected a set of tips to help you

06.02.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

College poses a whole lot of challenges for an inexperienced youngster. You’re expected to cope with new social conditions, workload and totally new conditions of life. Luckily, there’s a great deal of ways to avoid it. We’ve collected some of the most helpful ones for you. What’s more, none of them includes starving yourself! Read

05.26.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

So, here you are, staring at a blank page, unable to think of a single word to fill in the numbing emptiness. That’s another encounter with an old enemy – the writer’s block. In case it makes you feel any better – you’re not the only one experiencing it. Another piece of good news is

05.19.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

As graduation approaches, you may wonder how you paid thousands of dollars for an education and never learned any job interviewing skills. Well, you probably did. You’ve most likely taken a speech course in your college career. You can actually apply much of what you learned there to the interview process. Check out these public

05.13.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

College days don’t last forever and while you’re busy making the most out of your education, it’s important to think ahead and remember that in a short time, you’ll be out on your own. The transition from college to working life can be an exciting and exhilarating experience. It can also be a little bit

05.04.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Stress and college studies go hand in hand. Endless assignments, short deadlines, constantly increasing workload – how can one be calm and relaxed, right? Nevertheless, no one is going to deal with your problems but yourself. We’ve assembled several stress-management techniques aimed at helping you cope with your life even when all hell seems to

04.27.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Exams are over. The hard part is done, right? But quite often pre-exam panic transforms into post-exam anxiety. “What if I failed? Am I never going to find a decent job? Will I have to go through all of that again? What if that joke I made in class two months ago made the professor

04.20.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

When exams are approaching, there are no bad methods to help you perform well. Reading your notes again and again is certainly good. But when the result is needed desperately, people tend to be really creative. Having analyzed students’ forums (like The Student Room and College Confidential) we’ve gathered weird and cool pre-exam rituals. If

04.14.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

As graduation looms ever closer and the time to start perfecting your resume, getting headshots for your LinkedIn account and beginning the search for your first post-graduation job is upon you, you could probably use some advice. There are a lot of areas to consider as you explore today’s job market and begin shaping your

04.07.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Everyone has goals. Whether it’s improving our appearance, making more money, improving our romantic relationships, learning a new skill or whatever, everybody feels the need to improve their lives in one way or another. But there’s a difference between people who dream about doing something and people who set a goal and accomplish it. One