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In Academics on
October 14, 2016

The 7 Best Writing Resources for College Students

If there’s one thing you need to master in college, no matter what your major is, it’s how to write a good essay. For some, it’s easy. Writing comes naturally and mistakes are rare. But that’s not the case for everyone. Even if you’re a good writer, writing essays can be hard. Creative writing and essay writing are two completely different things, and one might not help you with the other. I personally struggle with the latter, even if I think of myself as a good writer. I quickly realized that writing essays was an art which I had to master if I wanted to graduate. One of the things that helped me make it easier was using the right tools! There are many resources online and on campus that you can use to become the best essay writer ever!

The 7 Best Writing Resources For College Students | Writing is an important skill to master in college. Learn about 7 great resources for writing in college by clicking through to read this blog post. #Writing #WritingAdvice #CollegeAdvice

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In Academics on
September 8, 2016

How To Create A College Study Guide

Studying in college can be quite difficult, especially if you don’t know how to do it correctly. One of my favorite study techniques is to create a study guide. It helps me revise the content of the class while also making me study! Sometimes, your professor will be nice enough to create one for you (or at least guide you a little bit by creating a fill-out version), but that will not always be the case. If that happens, you still need to be able to take the matter into your own hands and create one! This step-by-step guide should help you make your own study guide, as well as explain why it’s an amazing study method that you should try!

How To Create A College Study Guide | Study guides are amazing tools to learn material for tests, but what if your professor doesn't give you one? Click through to learn a great method of creating study guides, even when your professor doesn't give you one for your next test!

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