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Cassie is a recent graduate of Texas Christian University. While she studied biology in college, her other life passion is writing. She loves to share her knowledge about higher education through her writing, and she frequently challenges herself with creative writing projects as well.

Best LNAT Preparation Books

Book lists By September 22, 2022 Last Updated on September 26, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , No Comments

Whether you’re a lifelong fan of law television shows or always knew you were meant for the courtroom, you’re finally getting ready to take the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT). Now the question isn’t, “Do I want to go into law?” Rather, it is, “How do I best prepare for the LNAT?

The best way to prepare for the LNAT is to tailor your study strategy to your needs. To do so, you will need top tier study materials that include helpful testing techniques, practice questions, and full-length practice papers. Don’t waste valuable time searching for study books when someone else has already compiled a list of the best LNAT preparation books in the market.

20 Most Searched Pearson Textbooks in 2022

Book lists By August 19, 2022 Last Updated on August 22, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , No Comments

If you’ve read a textbook before, odds are you’ve encountered, Pearson. Along with the big five publishing houses, Pearson controls 80% of the college textbook market in the US.

Whether virtual or in print, textbooks are crucial to the college experience. The average full-time undergraduate pays $1,226 for textbooks per year. Depending on the course and professor, a large chunk of that money goes to Pearson.

Without further ado, here are the most searched Pearson textbooks in 2022:

Back-to-School List: College Edition

Study tips By August 19, 2022 Last Updated on August 19, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , No Comments

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Pencils, paper, notebook, erasers—you probably remember the back-to-school shopping you did every year before your first day of class.

Now that you’re going to college, that back-to-school list will look a little different. You still have to get all the regular school supplies, but now you have the added bonus of living on your own. Whether it’s in a dorm or an apartment, you’ll need to remember a few essentials before the semester starts:

9 College Must-Haves for a Scholar That Help Save Money

Personal finance By July 28, 2022 Last Updated on August 15, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , No Comments

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If you’re getting ready to start your first year in college, chances are that you know you’ll be footing a hefty bill for the next few years. From tuition to housing to textbooks to parking passes, college is quite the investment.

Luckily, there have been tons of former college kids that have already gone through the process. Thanks to years of undergraduates trying to save every penny, now you have access to the must-haves that will save you money.

How to Get a Scholarship for College

Study tips, Personal finance By July 7, 2022 Last Updated on August 15, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , No Comments

What’s the most stressful part of college? Your first thought might be “homework” or “finals week.” While both are stressful, many college students stress even more about one thing in particular—money.

As you’ve probably heard, every year, tuition gets even pricier. And with a national freshmen undergraduate dropout rate of 24.1%, it’s no surprise that financial strain is a top reason for quitting school. The cost of housing, food, textbooks, and other college essentials adds up, and you’re left with quite the bill on your hands.

But the situation isn’t entirely hopeless. You found this article, which will direct you to where you can find free money to help pay for college. By the end, you’ll know exactly how to get a scholarship for college.

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