8 Scientifically Proven Study Tips 📘 📝 💧

8 Scientifically Proven Study Tips  📘 📝 💧
1. Get movingMultiple studies, including this one published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, suggest that exercise can help improve memory. Factor in at least 30 minutes of aerobic exercise a couple times a week to get your blood pumping. 2. Close the textbookThis might be counter intuitive advice ...
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10 Good Habits for Students from a Junior in High School

10 Good Habits for Students from a Junior in High School
Most of us try to be the best student we can possibly be. We want to volunteer, try to get the best grades possible, participate in school sports, clubs, and other extracurricular activities. In other words, we want to fill up our KudosWall portfolios as much as we can, so we can be proud of ourselves. Here are 10 good habits for any student to be ...
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8 Interview Tips For Prep School And College

8 Interview Tips For Prep School And College
Whether you're applying to prep school or college, interviewing is an important part of the process. Getting an interview is the final stage of applying that not only gives the school a chance to better know you, but gives you a chance to see if the school is a right fit for you. Here are a few helpful ideas for getting through this important step:...
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Helping Your Children Find Their Passion

Helping Your Children Find Their Passion
​As a parent, you want your child to find a passion that will motivate them to work hard and will help them live a full life. But how can you help your kid find that spark? We have a few tips. ​Don't choose their passion for themEven though you might have dreams of your child becoming a concert pianist or hope that they will fall in love with codin...
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7 New Year's Resolutions for Students

7 New Year's Resolutions for Students
Let's bring in the New Year right by setting attainable goals that will bring us success in the upcoming year. Here are a few suggestions: 1.  Aim for Good GradesThis might be an obvious resolution, but it's an important one. Reflect on study habits that have prevented you from getting good grades in the past and focus on changing those habits...
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I wish my parents….

I wish my parents….
I wish my parents….…made me go out of my comfort zone.People are creatures of habit but when we get too comfortable we become fearful of trying new things. Additionally, staying close to your comfort zone prevents you from fostering your ability to be flexible and adaptable to new situations. Encouraging your child to join an activity outside of wh...
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6 Things Every High School Student Should Know

6 Things Every High School Student Should Know
How to work with people you don't likeUnfortunately working with people you don't like is not just for high school group projects. Teamwork is a vital component of a workplace environment. When you learn to set aside your differences and work with others towards a common goal, you will have a skill that will last you throughout a lifetime of unplea...
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The Evolution Of Portfolios

The Evolution Of Portfolios
Have you ever wondered about the origin of portfolios? Let's be honest, you probably haven't. But it's interesting regardless! The word portfolio gets its origins from the Latin word portafoglio. The stem porta means "to carry" and the root foglio refers to "a leaf", or "loose sheets of paper", leading to the full word that is defined as a case-lik...
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1 Activity You Need To Get Into Your Dream School

1 Activity You Need To Get Into Your Dream School
Students and parents are always trying to find the one activity or achievement that will get them or their child into college. Here's the truth: there isn't one. Regardless of what they plan on majoring or their future goals, according to Big Future by the College Board: leadership, initiative, a willingness to take risks, a commitment to service a...
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Time Management in High School & Beyond

Time Management in High School & Beyond
If your options are having a social life, getting enough sleep, and good grades and you can only pick two, which would you choose? Between extracurriculars, school, friends and family, this is a real life dilemma for most student these days. While it can be hard to juggle everything, there are a few time management strategies that will help you kee...
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