How Not to Write an Essay

Nov 06

There’s plenty of help out there on how to write an essay, but what about ways to NOT write that essay? Our essay writers friends, told us about the top three mistakes students make, how to avoid them and what to do if you find yourself already halfway through writing your essay before you realize your mistake. Don’t Start at the End Some students...

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How to Review and Memorize Your Notes

Sep 20

At some point, we’ve all tried cramming for hours the night before a big test to try and somehow memorize everything you need to know. Obviously, this method doesn’t work very well. Follow this quick guide to find out the most effective way to study and memorize your class notes and ace every test. First of all, I’d like to say that you cannot expect to be able...

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3 Ways to Get Back on Track for 2011

Jan 05

When I left school for winter break, stuff was a mess. I’d been procrastinating all sorts of organizational tasks because break was coming up and I felt like I just didn’t have it in me to push through  . Of course, that’s a load of crap, but the procrastinator inside me was awfully convincing. A good 50 papers were loose in my backpack, sticking out of...

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A Special Christmas/New Year’s Gift

Dec 25

Hey Readers! In the holiday spirit, us writers here have decided to give you a pretty awesome gift! Until 2011 (Midnight on Dec. 31st), you can download out entire Hacking Your Homework Time: How to Do Homework Faster eBook for free! Read it, and learn how you can slash your homework time in half every day- giving you free time to do what you want...

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Using Facebook for Homework

Dec 16

When most people think of mixing Facebook and Homework, it’s not a pretty thought. Pulling all-nighters, extreme procrastination, and whining about your homework all over your profile and other people’s walls probably come to mind. Facebook is the Siren Song to most students: we know that spending time on Facebook will totally derail our homework, but come on!...

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Networking as a Student

Dec 13

As a student, one of your biggest assets is your relationships. I’m not talking about a boyfriend or girlfriend, I’m talking about the working relationship with the people who attend or work in your school building or campus. If you haven’t realized the value and potential for your “network” in high school, college, or grad school, then you seriously need...

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Video Games: How to Get Your Schoolwork Done and Have Time For Black Ops

Dec 08

Since Call of Duty: Black Ops came out, many people who got the game have been playing it every day for ridiculous amounts of time. That’s understandable considering what a fun game it is, but 10 years from now, how fast you got to 15th prestige won’t matter. What will matter is your grades in school, so it’s important to make a schedule for yourself that...

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