There are over seven thousand languages that exist all over the world. The four most spoken languages are English, Mandarin, Hindi and Spanish. Learning a second language allows you to be a part of a community of people with a common trait with a unique culture. The ability to learn a new language allows for … Continue reading Why Learning a Language Helps your Brain
How to Improve Your Critical Thinking Skills
Albert Einstein once said, “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” Our thoughts influence our beliefs, feelings and actions. Our thoughts can be rational, reflective and often with judgement because we perceive information and implement it to form an idea of what something or someone is. Critically … Continue reading How to Improve Your Critical Thinking Skills
Dramatic Ways a Global Pandemic can affect College Admissions: What should you do?
Along with disrupting the lives of everyone around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically affected the college admissions process. Uncertainties about acceptances, financial aid, standardized testing, and extracurriculars have dominated the conversations amidst this process.
Things To Do During The Pandemic
With fewer social events and more days stuck at home, one positive aspect of Covid-19 is that you might have more time. While you’re likely still busy with homework, every now and then you might have some spare hours. In this article, I’m proposing 7 things you can do with that time. They offer a … Continue reading Things To Do During The Pandemic
Utilizing Your University’s Writing Center
Today, I will be talking about how you, as a university student, can utilize your University's Writing Center to the best of your abilities.
How To Prepare For Remote Interviews
Today, I will be discussing a few tips and tricks that I've learned through experience on how to be well-prepared for any type of interview.
The Psychology behind Job Interviews
No matter how many you’ve given in the past, the next job interview will always make you a lot more nervous than it should. Although we’ve probably had multiple one-on-one interactions with others in the past, the closed environment, the unarticulated expectations or criteria the interviewer is using to judge the candidate, the varying dynamics … Continue reading The Psychology behind Job Interviews
Stress During COVID-19: The Psychology, Behavioral Symptoms and Management Tips
Coronavirus - a term that we’re not only scared of, but also tired of hearing. Since its outbreak, most of us have been in a persistent state of anxiousness, for ourselves as well as our loved ones. Being in quarantine, maintaining our mental health has become just as important as our physical health. To do … Continue reading Stress During COVID-19: The Psychology, Behavioral Symptoms and Management Tips
Taking Risks and Being Spontaneous in Academic Life
There is a certain thrill to life in being spontaneous - impromptu adventures and last-minute plans can often end up being the most memorable. But how do you apply spontaneity to school and college life, a lifestyle that can seem so rigid and structured? In this article, I’ll give you my tips on how to have this approach towards your studies.
8 Ways You Can Improve Your Persuasive Communication Skills
In this article, we'll be discussing different ways you can improve your persuasive communication skills. These skills can help you greatly in the professional world, whether you're speaking at a meeting or in front of a large audience.
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