It’s that time of the year … when exams are approaching, and you really don’t have the time for huge articles. So here are FIVE quick and easy study tips to help you get those exams over and done with!
If you are undecided about what to major in, you are not alone. While you don’t have to go into college knowing what you want to do in life right away, it is recommended to choose a major by the end of your freshman year. With so many possibilities at hand, you may feel scattered, and that’s fine. We are here to help and provide you with 10 simple steps to help you decide what you want to major in. You’ll need something to drop ideas into while you’ll be reading this, so grab a pen.
Here is a list of 6 simple and no-brainer things that will significantly ease your college lifestyle.
Throughout your academic life, you are required to write dozens of essays. This task shouldn’t be daunting; in fact, it can be quite easy and pleasurable if you are 100% sure of what you are doing. Yes, you have to develop good arguments as well as persuasively analyze and discuss ideas. But the main ‘secret’ is quite simple: it is called ‘structure’.
If you are a young person, maybe fresh after college or still a student, you might be looking for a job. That’s totally OK – many great businessmen began from that! In most cases you will be required to submit your CV (Curriculum Vitae). These strange Latin words stand for quite an understandable thing: a brief document describing your previous experience, education, and professional skills. In essence, its purpose is to sell you as an employee.
The problem is, HR departments of big companies usually get hundreds of similar cookie-cutter CVs based on the same templates from the Internet; rather than looking as exquisite, rare goods, many candidates’ poor CVs make them look like 100 kinds of similar bars of soap in a supermarket. So what should you do to make your Curriculum Vitae truly stand out from the competition? Try out the following tips.