There’s more to college than taking a multitude of classes and getting a degree. College students have to consider the following question - what’s next for me? As you get your degree, you’ll need to consider if you want to go to graduate school or what kind of job you want after graduating or if … Continue reading Networking in College: A Primer
There are two main types of data- Primary Data and Secondary Data and each has different methods and sources. Let's jump right into it and begin by discussing Primary Data.
In this op-ed, the author discusses the systems in place that perpetuate a perceived "lack of initiative" on the part of individuals and employees.
Whenever you research about a specific topic or topics, it is very essential to always layout your research findings in a well-organized form. Thus, when readers look at your research, they understand the idea and all the findings that you have presented to them. Presenting your research can be done in many forms and ways depending on what type of research you want to present.
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Wherever you go to school, there’s bound to be those notable, extremely difficult classes that many majors end up having to take. These classes can bring your GPA down, be unorganized, or simply not at the depth you want to learn the material at. Whatever your reason is, for many of these popular and commonly-taken classes (often prerequisites, but upper-levels are also usually included) you will have options to take these classes elsewhere and fulfill the requirement required by your institution.
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Learn how to get the best out of your pre-med experiences.
erfection is what a lot of us strive for and the transition from high school to college can be a hard one. So today, I thought I would provide some pieces of advice that I wish I would have known going into my freshman year of college as a pre-med student.