It can be rough during college. You’re up at 3 in the morning writing the 10-page essay that’s due tomorrow. Or maybe you’re already in that situation in high school. Well, it turns out that essay was actually assigned 2 weeks ago, and you started writing 2 minutes ago. See the problem here? I do … More The Good and the Ugly of Procrastination
How does one choose the right colleges to apply to? Well, it certainly can’t be simple. With several hundreds of higher educational institutions, your choices should be limited to about 10. Here are some tips: GPA/SAT fit You don’t want to be a applying to Harvard with a 1.6 and 1200 on your SAT. So, … More The Right School For You
Picking a school is a tremendous undertaking, with numerous late evenings spent rounding out online applications, asking for transcripts and letters of recommendation, and composing those dreaded individual essays. Yet, you watch out for the prize, thinking once you have picked the right school for you, all that anxiety will blur away . . . … More So You Are Going to Your Dream School: Now What?
Innovativeness can strike haphazardly. Once in awhile, we discover an excess of it. Different times, we can go for quite a long time, even months stuck on a project and not able to advance to something new. One of the most painful times that a lack of creativity can occur is when you have to … More 8 Ways to Spark Your Creativity