Monthly Archives: October 2014

College Minors: The Benefits of Selecting a College Minor

Earlier this week, I wrote about changing majors (read that article here). Today, I’d like to talk a little bit about minors. We all know about the importance of declaring a major, but fewer students give serious consideration to minors. … Continue reading

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Considering Changing Your Major?

Most college students change their major at least once – AT LEAST. I changed mine 6 times! If you think it may be time to change your major, below are a few things you should think about before making the … Continue reading

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Overcoming Test Anxiety

In college, tests are a fact of life. You can’t avoid them. Many students are┬ánervous about tests, especially during freshman year when you’re often unsure of what to expect. A healthy level of nervousness can actually benefit you as you … Continue reading

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Ready For Midterms? 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before the Testing Begins

It’s that time again! Time for midterms. You’ve been to class, studied hard, completed some homework assignments, and even passed a few pop quizzes. Now it’s time to really show what you know. Below, you’ll find a few questions that … Continue reading

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