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End of the Term


As we all know, the end of the term is readily approaching. However, there’s no need to worry because you’ve done this before! I know it may seem insurmountable, but you’ve just got to stay focused and keep what’s really important in mind: your success and freedom.   I think it’s safe to say that

My Go-To Study Technique


If you read my post from earlier this week, you may have learned a few techniques to help take better notes and really get a better understanding of the material being taught. If you have no idea what I’m talking about but need better notes, check this post out. Okay so, maybe your notes are

Easy Tips to Save Money in School


The new year of school can be stressful in many different ways. Students tend to worry about their classes, social engagement, finances, health, and numerous other things. Although these are all valuable factors, finances can be a bit more overwhelming, especially considering the fact that there aren’t as many known resources to guide students. We’ve

The “Summer Bod”


Well, the start of school is a mere three weeks away and if you’re like me, you’ve probably procrastinated a little bit on those summer fitness goals. I’m a huge advocate for health and fitness; but, let’s be honest, the summer gets busy and I don’t really expect that things will slow down for any

Taking the MCAT… Again


This summer I will be rewriting the MCAT for my second time. For those of you who may not be too familiar with it, the MCAT is a seven and a half hour long Medical College Admissions Test. Made up of four testing blocks, the MCAT will test your knowledge and comprehension on a variety

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