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    All About Tax Filing

    All About Tax Filing
    They say “nothing is certain but death and taxes,” but, at Fastweb, we beg to differ. We’re certain that Fastweb will always have you prepared with the necessary information to do things, like filing taxes for the first time. So, if you find yourself in a pickle on or before the 15th, start by looking to the helpful articles below to ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +26
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    What to Ask Your Future Roommate

    What to Ask Your Future Roommate
    There’s so much to cover yet it can be so overwhelming that you have no idea where to begin! May we suggest starting with the essentials and building a roommate relationship from there? Here are ten questions to ask your future roommate to help prepare for the year ahead: 1. What time are you planning on moving in? Is anyone helping ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +29
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    A Shy Student's Guide to College Interviews & Recommendations

    A Shy Student's Guide to College Interviews & Recommendations
    Asking for letters of recommendation and preparing for admissions interviews is enough of a hassle alone. But, add shyness or nervousness onto that, and applying for college can seem ridiculously stressful. You’ve already spent so much time on your application, and now you have to ask for letters of recommendation and talk to someone about your aspirations. You feel worried, nervous ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +18
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    How to Handle the Final Load: Spring Semester Edition

    How to Handle the Final Load: Spring Semester Edition
    How many of you have "School's out for the SUMMER!" racing through your mind every other minute?! The summer months, and freedom from coursework and extracurricular activities, are just around the corner, but you have a pretty massive obstacle to overcome before you can kiss your professors and textbooks goodbye. We've put together a list of ways to get through the ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +26
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    College Fairs: A to Z

    College Fairs: A to Z
    A college fair is a rare opportunity to see many options on a table before you, like a buffet of colleges awaiting your application. Perhaps the process is a little less exciting than that, but college fairs are nonetheless great opportunities to talk to representatives from possible schools, meet current college students and find new schools you’ve never thought about or ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +22
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    Waiting on Admissions Decisions

    Waiting on Admissions Decisions
    It can be really difficult waiting for college admission decisions to arrive. A significant part of your future hinges on one “yes” or one “no.” And once those applications are sent out, there is little to do but wait and worry. What is important to remember is that a college rejection isn't really going to determine your future or your happiness. ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +18
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    Graduate School vs. Undergrad: What to Know

    Graduate School vs. Undergrad: What to Know
    You finished four years of college and feel that you have finally accomplished your goal. Now you will be able to go out and get hired, on the spot, for the job you have always wanted. Or will you? Obtaining the job you want right out of college isn’t always a reality. Many college graduates end up working jobs just to ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +21
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    Tips for Paying for College

    Tips for Paying for College
    “O, that this too too solid debt would melt Thaw and resolve itself into a dew!” Okay, maybe Hamlet didn’t say “debt,” but we can be struck by a Shakespearean despair when we think about paying for college. For me, the biggest obstacle was trying to find ways to afford college. I decided I could not go to my dream college ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +19
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    Extracurricular Activities: Options & Advice

    Extracurricular Activities: Options & Advice
    Every student has his or her own form of pizzazz. As individuals, whether known or not, everyone has hobbies and skills. Thus, most choose to take advantage of their likings or strengths to establish their own lives, bolstering relationships, not to mention, themselves by way of extracurricular activities. What Exactly is an “Extracurricular Activity”? To begin, extracurricular activities are unpaid activities ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +18
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    Roommate Options for College Freshman

    Roommate Options for College Freshman
    Roommates: You either love ‘em or you hate ‘em. Most of the time you really just want them to leave and stop snoring while you are trying to write an article. (Seriously, happening right now!) The way I see it, you have four options when it comes to your roommate situation freshman year of college: 1. Go potluck Going potluck means ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +19
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    Student Life Beyond Campus

    Student Life Beyond Campus
    By this point, all college-bound high school seniors are chomping at the bit, ready to start the newest chapter of their lives. They’re excited to take advantage of everything on-campus living has to offer, from the easy access to meals to the activities and events that are free for students. A few months in, however, they may find that college fever ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +20
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    The 5 Students You Meet in Group Projects

    The 5 Students You Meet in Group Projects
    Group projects. By now, you realize that they can be a blessing and a curse because you have to deal with the people you’re given. The truth is these group exercises are also exercises in life because, in the workplace, you’re going to experience the same exact types of people. Perhaps, not to the extreme that you’ll experience in group projects ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +25
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    Dealing with Different Worldviews in College

    Dealing with Different Worldviews in College
    One of the most rewarding--and potentially frustrating--parts of college is being exposed to new ideas and beliefs. Sometimes they can be helpful and beneficial, increasing our knowledge, inspiring us, or allowing us to change harmful beliefs, but other times they can offend us or even threaten deeply-held worldviews. When faced with difficult situations that offend our beliefs in educational situations, how ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +17
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    What to Listen to While Studying

    What to Listen to While Studying
    If you like to listen to music while you study, choosing the right type can be vital to your overall productivity level. Listening to music can calm you down, leading to more conscientious studying, elevating your mood, motivating you to stay focused and studying for longer periods of time. While it can be a challenge to stay away from the hottest ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +21
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    College Admissions: As Easy as 1, 2, 3

    College Admissions: As Easy as 1, 2, 3
    I believe the college admissions process can be divided into three steps. These are three steps that every student will have to proceed through during high school as they seek admission into their colleges and the process will be somewhat different for every applicant. Often, colleges will look to see that a student pursues academic challenges with AP and honors classes. ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +18
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    Small Details Help Make Big College Decisions

    Small Details Help Make Big College Decisions
    As college acceptance letters start to arrive, high school seniors will begin to make their final college decisions. It’s a tough decision to make and, as a result, there will undoubtedly be many students still trying to make up their minds. While academics and affordability are easily the most important aspects of a college to consider, other details, such as student ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +20
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    So You Don't Know How to Study...

    So You Don't Know How to Study...
    Many high schoolers, when faced with an upcoming test, make the statement, "I don't know how to study." Maybe this is true. Maybe these students have been able to do well without studying in prior classes, or maybe they just haven't found the study methods that work for them. Whatever the problem is, learning how to study is extremely important. Here ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +17
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    Summer Break Ideas for Your Students

    Summer Break Ideas for Your Students
    Your students may have already begun to approach you in a panic. They’ve looked all over the Internet and in local newspapers for summer internship and job opportunities, but the economy has left little to no choices for high school students. How will this look on their college applications? While they may not have work for the summer, there are plenty ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +28
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    Happy St. Patrick's Day Quiz

    Happy St. Patrick's Day Quiz
    Test your knowledge or, perhaps, if you've got the luck of the Irish with the quiz below on all about St. Patrick's Day trivia and fun facts! Quizzes by Quibblo.com
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +22
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    Memorize THIS!

    Memorize THIS!
    When you sit down to study for exams, these memorization techniques can be effective in helping you accomplish your goal. Use the following tips to better memorize your material: [gate] Listen Up Have you ever considered that, perhaps, simply reading your material isn't cutting it because that’s not how you learn? Try listening to your material – your brain is wired ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +18
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