These 9 more best free apps will help you tremendously during your (exciting yet stressful) college years, whether it's to network with professionals, learn a new language, track your habits or stay...
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The next time you hear someone use words such as "on fleek," "basic," or phrases such as "Netflix and chill", hopefully you'll have a better idea of what they mean!
Actually go to class, do your reading and homework. Wait until after the first day (or first week) of classes to buy your textbooks. Have fun!
"Books help us understand who we are and how we are to behave. They show us what community and friendship mean; they show us how to live and die." (Anne Lamott)
These free apps will help you tremendously during your college years, whether it's to study smarter, be aware of important deadlines, or keep track of your spending and stay healthy.
You can still vamp up your dorm room without having to overspend too much on supplies, either by paying attention to back to school deals, reusing them, or buying used ones from other students.
"A book is a gift you can open again and again." (Garrison Keillor)
"You can have a laugh in Los Angeles, or you can weep in Los Angeles, depending on your attitude towards it." (Miranda Richardson)
"I do believe something very magical can happen when you read a good book." (J.K. Rowling)
Relax. Are you relaxed? Learning English doesn’t have to be stressful. It should be fun. I want you to enjoy life, and learning.
This post explains some American words and idioms, how to use them, and how to sound more like an American.
Finals week is always a stressful time for college students. Knowing how to manage your time effectively is the most important step in acing your finals. These tips will help you make it through this...
Start early. I repeat: Start early and never wait until the night before the exam to cram! Have a study plan with the exam dates listed, as well as laying out everything that you need to learn for...
Performing well in college classes requires a proactive mindset, determination, and a little finesse of being aware of what mistakes you're making.