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How to Conduct Surveys for Research?

For college students specifically, final year projects and research papers can be hectic. To make your research more authentic and precise, you need to include statistical data and figures. For certain projects like economics coursework topics, plenty of online surveys are already available but what do you do when you have to create one of […]

Tips To Improve Academic Creativity

The dilemma that most students face is actually that the amount of work they are expected to do is so much that they rarely have time to get too creative on all of the work that they are expected to do. Coursework after coursework ends up with the same monotonous style and tone… one project […]

Academic Stress And Halloween? Steps To Manage Them Together

Can you think about what Halloween and academic work have in common? The anxiety and stress that they can both create. Consider this, you stress out about your Halloween costume, looking your perfect best and being able to enjoy a great, not to mention very fun filled holiday. Then again, academic work can create a […]

How To Outsmart Your Productivity Within The Minimum Time

Enhancing your productivity is not something that any student can easily say no to. Of course, given how hectic schedules can get, you need motivation, like never before, to be able to keep up with all the tasks that the teachers, collectively, expect you to be able to perform. The Problems Associated With Decreased Productivity […]

Technology Wish-Lists Of Students

These days, the trend is simple. Get all your technology as updated as you possibly can because that is the one basic medium via which it is easy to get through to your desired audience. For universities, educational institutions and anyone else in the academic web, this means ensuring that they have an excellent mobile […]

Develop 3 Optimistic Traits For Academic Success

For most students, not thinking about their studies too much, unless they are forced to, is a norm rather than the exception to the rule. This, straight off, is one of the biggest mistakes that any student could possibly make. The reason for this is simple. Attitudes of any individual dictate, to a very great […]

Tips And Tricks To Write A Catchy Personal Statement

There is a lot more to the 4000 characters’ personal statement that universities ask applicants to write than just a mere droning on and on about how wonderful you are, the great, albeit extremely challenging life that you have led and how, Superman style, you have managed to overcome every, single one of the challenges […]

How Teamwork Reduces Academic Writing Stress

So you have read innumerable puns on how every group assignment in grad school is always done only by one member, and all other members just share the credit that they don’t deserve. You believe them because you have seen them in action and you feel like they are spot on. Well, let us tell […]

Tips to Ace in Your Academia

If you were to go looking for a student who does not want to do brilliantly in academics, or ace in every subject that they take, you would have a hard time finding one. At the same time however, if you were to go looking for a student who actually aces in every, single subject […]

Few Errors That Shouldn’t Be the Part of Any Coursework

Coursework writing is something that is not a cup of tea that everyone could enjoy. This process involves not just writing about a topic, but as a student, you also have to follow the instructions given by the professor. You might be familiar with such instructions like referencing, type of the essay and word count, […]