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How to Write a Good Hook for an Essay

Posted on September 22, 2016 by Justin Maynard

How can you get your reader curious from your first line? This is called a “hook” and it’s a technique used to impress the reader so that they want to read more. A descriptive, shocking or captivating opening are effective ways to kick off your essays. Here are some of the best techniques to get […]

Here’s How to Find a College Roommate

Posted on September 12, 2016 by Justin Maynard

For new freshman and returning students, ‘tis the season to go roommate hunting. That is, unless you want to leave it all up to chance and let the university match you with a random roommate. But most students don’t want to take that chance. Roommates can become lifelong friends or lifelong enemies, depending on how […]

How to Write an Evaluation Essay

Posted on August 26, 2016 by Justin Maynard

An evaluation essay is basically a five-paragraph review of a service, product or business. Your teacher may choose the review topic for you or may leave it up to you. In the essay, you’ll need to establish criteria for what makes something good or successful and present your rating for these areas and justification for […]

What If You Have a Lack of Discipline to Study?

Posted on August 12, 2016 by Justin Maynard

Are you having trouble getting into the swing of things this semester? Sometimes the transition from break time to class time can be a hard one and students may have a lack of discipline to hunker down and hit the books. If you’re having a case of post-summer laziness, what should you do? Here are […]

7 Attention Grabbers for Essays

Posted on July 27, 2016 by Justin Maynard

Surprisingly, the introduction of a paper or report is often the most difficult to write. Just go with the flow and leave that section for last. Draft the rest of your paper. Once that’s done, use one of these attention-grabbers to build your introduction around. You’ll have that essay written in no time. State a […]

Part-Time Summer Jobs for College Students

Posted on July 16, 2016 by Justin Maynard

Having a part-time job may be exciting for three reasons: first, you’ll be financially independent from your parents; secondly, you’ll meet new people and understand how businesses work; and thirdly, you’ll receive a great opportunity to build up your CV. No doubt, a part-time summer job can have a positive impact on your life. But […]

Should You Put Volunteer Experience on Resume?

Posted on July 1, 2016 by Justin Maynard

Either you’re a student, who has never held a full-time position in a company or a professional, going through the period of unemployment, volunteer work offers you a chance to pay back to community and obtain a valuable experience. Despite all the benefits, few people actually believe it’s worth pointing out in a resume. Should […]

Good Ways to Study

Posted on June 17, 2016 by Justin Maynard

Startup Stock Photos College can become overwhelming for new students. The expectations are higher than they were in high school and if you haven’t brought some good study habits along with you, you might find yourself struggling. Here are some studying tips for those looking to ace this semester: 1) Take good notes The first […]

Things to Say on a Job Interview

Posted on June 3, 2016 by Justin Maynard

Either you’re currently employed or just about to look for the first job you most probably already know how important a job interview is. There’s a great deal of factors you need to pay attention to: your look, the way you speak, arriving to the place on time, and, most importantly, the things you say […]

How to Motivate Yourself to Do Homework

Posted on May 19, 2016 by Justin Maynard

College is supposed to be mainly about your studies, but everybody knows that campus life involves much more. Sports, parties, jobs, dating, living on your own: These things will make their way onto your calendar too, as well they should. But if you start shirking homework to make room in your schedule for something else, […]

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