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Increase Your Chances to Get Hired, for Students & Grads

  Many students smartly take online and offline courses at college to improve their chances of getting hired. And no joke, it’s not easy to get hired for Millenials now. The best tip we can really offer is GET STARTED EARLY, well before you graduate, but if that’s not an option, there are some tips …

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College Pranks

  College students have made hilarious, crazy, disturbing, and impressive pranks that have taken even the nations’ eye. This Friday, we’re using this post to commemorate the brilliant minds of college students… and hopefully give you a laugh as the weekend begins! Click to view more at The Young Turks’ Youtube Channel>>

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10 Tips for Choosing an Online College

  Are you planning on taking online classes? If so, it’s important to find out the best program in your degree field. Regardless of whether or not you know what you want to major in, these 10 tips will help you make sure you pick a good university.   Ten Rules for Choosing Online Colleges …

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Getting the Most Out of Free Online Classes

  Taking online classes can be a pain – and a real career-saver. Need to get ahead in your career field? Look no further. Lifehacker has put together a simple, sophisticated way to approach online class taking, complete with categories and professor recommendations. Check out the article below:   Plan Your Free Online Class Education …

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For the Ladies: How Do I Dress for a Cold Winter’s Night Out?

  Oh, winter! While the layers upon layers of clothes give you tons of opportunities to experiment and mix and match your wardrobe, at the end of the day, practicality can easily trump your sartorial hopes. A night out dancing can be particularly difficult, since being out in the cold requires lots of layers, yet once …

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Tips to Make Your College Time Great!

  No matter where you live while going to school, college is among the very best times in life. Use these tips you’ve learned from this article to get the most out of your college experience a time to remember. Be realistic when planning to work and course schedules. Know your natural body clock and …

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5 Reasons Your College Decision ISN’T Your Biggest Decision Ever

  Chances are college decisions are to blame for all of your anxiety right now. After all, it probably feels like your entire life up to this moment has lead you to this decision, and the rest of your life will be determined by it. There’s the pressure to pick the right school and have …

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Would You Tell Your Teacher If He Accidentally Gave You a High Grade?’s forum recently posted from user Hunter5024 a question that most were shocked to read. It reads:

Online Courses Provide a Challenge to College Education
Online Courses Provide a Challenge to College Education

State of MOOCs: how free online college learning challenges higher education in online courses   We recently discovered an intriguing article from Technically Philly on MOOCs. These Mass Online Courses are just one way that Take My Online Class has noticed a major change in the education industry. Academics view online courses with apprehension. Nevertheless, …

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UC’s Cross-System Online Courses Help Students Get Ahead

  UC program will let students take Web classes not offered at their home campus or already filled up in the traditional format.   UC Riverside senior Matthew Emeterio was worried that he might be short of degree credits and have to delay graduation past next spring. But thanks to a soon-to-debut online program linking …

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