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How to Get a Scholarship for College

Study tips, Personal finance By July 7, 2022 Last Updated on August 11, 2022 by Crystal Koenig 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.

10 Most Searched American History Textbooks in 2022

Book lists By July 5, 2022 Last Updated on August 11, 2022 by Crystal Koenig Tags: , , No Comments

Understanding what has been before is vital in the understanding of what is going on in today’s America. Understanding all aspects of American history is also important for any historian.

To make matters worse a lot of the history information we were told in school has been proven to be false.

So we thought we needed to tip the balance in the right direction and have compiled a list of the 10 most searched American history books that share a well-rounded perspective of the past and deliver a more truthful account of what has happened to create the America we know today.

How Much Does a Ph.D. Cost?

Personal finance, Study tips By July 4, 2022 Last Updated on August 11, 2022 by Crystal Koenig Tags: , , , No Comments

Regardless of your career field, you have an opportunity to excel in your area through a doctorate-level program. It is your path if you are interested in carrying out life-changing research or teaching. A doctoral degree also adds value to your CV and opens up many high-paying job positions.

Top 7 Websites to Rent Books in 2022

All about textbooks By June 28, 2022 Last Updated on August 11, 2022 by Crystal Koenig Tags: , , , No Comments

Getting a new book is always a pleasure; getting a used book is a pleasure nonetheless. However, if you like to read a lot or if you are a student starting a new semester, you may consider another option—renting. Why is it a good idea? If you need a book that you don’t plan to keep in your home library or if you need cheap textbooks that you definitely won’t be needing ever again, renting them is a solution. For one thing, it’s cheaper than buying; for another, you can use rented books and textbooks for a period of time you need—it’s an ideal option for a semester. In this article, we’ve prepared a list of the best online resources where you can rent books and textbooks in 2022.

10 Most Searched Algebra Textbooks in 2022

Book lists By June 27, 2022 Last Updated on August 11, 2022 by Crystal Koenig Tags: , , No Comments

Most of us do not remember algebra too fondly and have probably asked ourselves at one time or another, ‘When will I ever need math – or algebra – for anyway?’ The truth is that, that quadratic formula and those integrals we were all forced to memorise in high school go beyond tests and interminable exercises. Algebra is an essential aspect of many fields and industries including science, business, engineering, and computer science.

The Best #BookTok Romance Book Review: Nick and Charlie by Alice Oseman

BookTok By June 22, 2022 Last Updated on August 11, 2022 by Crystal Koenig Tags: , , , No Comments

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Here is the review of the “Nick and Charlie” book BookTok is currently obsessed with. The book pretends to be the best #BookTok Romance book.
The content is provided by M.M. Hattab, one of the BookScouter blog contributors.

Though Alice Oseman’s latest novella is the very definition of ‘fan-service’ in many ways and may not satisfy non-fans as a stand-alone work, it still has enough weight to get a very much not-teenage and extremely cynical reader invested in its central teenage couple and their future.

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