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What Is a Cumulative Exam?

Study tips By August 28, 2023 Last Updated on November 16, 2023 by Abigail White Tags: , , No Comments

What Is a Cumulative Exam

As you continue your education, you’re bound to face various evaluations to test your understanding and skills. In this article, we’ll take a look at what a cumulative exam is, how it differs from a comprehensive exam, and who typically takes these types of tests. We’ll also share a few tips on how to better prepare for them.

Top 9 Easiest College Classes According to Student Feedback

Study tips By August 21, 2023 Last Updated on August 21, 2023 by Sammy Wilson Tags: , No Comments

easiest college classes

College can be a challenging and demanding time in a student’s life. From juggling multiple classes to managing extracurricular activities, the workload can often feel overwhelming. However, not all college classes are created equal. Some courses are notorious for their difficulty, while others are known for being a bit more manageable. In this blog post, we will explore the top 9 easiest college classes according to student feedback.

What Happens if you Fail a Class in College

Study tips By August 14, 2023 Last Updated on August 16, 2023 by Sammy Wilson Tags: , , No Comments

Failing a class in college is obviously bad news, but if this happens to you, then don’t panic.  You are not the first person this has happened to, and you certainly won’t be the last. Failing a class in college is a frequent occurrence and can happen to many people.  Sometimes classes are failed due to factors outside your control, and in other situations, failing a class can actually be a learning experience in itself.  This article takes you through what happens if you fail a class in college and what you can do to recover from this, should it happen to you.

What Happens if a Student Dies During an Exam?

Campus Life, Study tips By June 14, 2023 Last Updated on June 28, 2023 by Sammy Wilson Tags: , , No Comments

When it comes to taking exams, most students experience the anxiety that comes with it. They prepare as much as they can, maintaining focus through finals, hoping to do well and pass. Definitely, there are some things that are under our control, for example, emotions. For emotional control keeping, read our blog about college students and mental health.  However, what if something unexpected happens during the exam? What if someone passes away? It’s a morbid thought, but it’s important to be aware of what procedures are in place in case of such a tragic event. In this blog post, we will explore a scenario that is often discussed but rarely understood: what happens if a student dies during an exam? Stay tuned to find out.

AP Classes Unveiled: Answers to Your Top 5 Questions

Study tips By June 9, 2023 Last Updated on November 16, 2023 by Abigail White Tags: , , No Comments

If you’re in high school or currently have a high school student at home, you’ve probably heard of Advanced Placement (AP) classes. Ran by The College Board (yes, the same College Board in charge of the PSAT and SAT), AP classes provide an opportunity for high school students to take college-level classes and receive college credit before stepping foot on campus.

With over a million students having taken AP Exams across the United States from the class of 2022 alone, you may be wondering what all the hype is about.

10 Scholarships for College that Sound Unbelievable

Study tips By June 7, 2023 Last Updated on June 21, 2023 by Abigail White Tags: , , , No Comments
Scholarships for College that Sound Unbelievable

If you’ve always thought that scholarships are only for top students, we have good news! Plenty of organizations are ready to offer scholarships based on a range of criteria which are not top grades or best athletic achievements. Are you a redhead? Have a superpower? Prefer to sunbathe naked? There’s a scholarship you can apply to!

In this article, we’ve collected 10 unusual scholarships you may have never heard of. It’s both weird and cool to know that there’re options to support your studies other than getting the best GPA, being the most socially active person at school, or being the fastest runner/toughest baseball player. So, here we go.


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