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Category :: College Articles Author :: David Lithman 
 
 Article Title :: Large Vs. Small Universities
 
Whether you are a senior in high school picking out a college or already an underclassman at a university and looking to transfer, you still want to be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of your size school. I went to a state university that had over 46,000 students, but I’ve had friends who attend small private schools with 5,000 students. I’m going to take the next few paragraphs to list some of the pros and cons. This is all based on my opinions and my personal experiences at a big time university. My assessment of small private schools might be off because I have never personally attended one.Right off the bat when you think of a big university (Texas, Ohio State, Un  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Dan Rosenfield 
 
 Article Title :: Playing and Winning the Scholarship Game
 
OK, you don't have a 4.0 GPA, you're not the senior class president, you can't throw a football fifty yards, and your SAT scores aren't generating letters or phone calls from Harvard, Yale or Princeton. So, you'll never qualify for a college scholarship, right?Not necessarily! There are lots of scholarships, and other kinds of financial aid for which you might qualify. Some colleges may offer you academic grants with a GPA of 3.0 and SAT scores of 1000. Ashland University offers scholarships to twins. Many church affiliated colleges offer grants to students who are members of their religious denomination. And that's just the beginning.If you are the son or daughter of a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Kelly Garbato 
 
 Article Title :: A Student's Guide to Writing Reference Lists
 
No matter what type of paper you're writing, be it a literature review, research report, summary, or analysis, rest assured that you'll be required to name your sources. There are several different types of resource lists, not to mention a number of different styles for writing entries.A reference list, also called a list of works cited, is a catalog of all the sources you cited or otherwise referred to in your paper. A citation involves giving another author credit for a quote, idea, finding, or phrase that you use in your paper. You should cite all direct quotes, as well as instances of paraphrasing; original or novel ideas, perspectives, and facts; and research findings. Thi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Derick Yung 
 
 Article Title :: Study Tips for Students Taking Tests
 
You're in the thick of the school year. It seems like there are so many things going on, like assignments, projects, and extracurricular activities. Now a test is coming up and you've got to do well on it. How should you study so you do better on that test?First of all, when you study for a test, you shouldn't be learning something completely new. It is faster and easier to recall something you have already learned than to learn something completely new. After each day of classes, it is a good idea to review everything you have learned. It doesn't have to be a long review either. Simply jog through the day's topics. That way, you give your brain another chance  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Fiona Condron 
 
 Article Title :: The Value of Online Nursing Programs
 
An online nursing program might initially sound like impracticability: of all the health services, nursing is arguably the most hands-on of the lot. While doctors might traditionally, and somewhat stereotypically, be considered the brains behind the healthcare operation, nurses have been seen as the heart. They look after patients’ basic and daily needs, performing intimate tasks with dignity. The uninitiated might thus be led to ask – how on earth can this be learned at an online nursing program?There lingers a certain preconception about online educational facilities, including online nursing schools, despite the fact that we have embraced the Internet wholeheartedly into oth  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Kelly Garbato 
 
 Article Title :: Break Out of the Passive Reading Habit and Get Active!
 
This might sound silly, but there is a “right” and a “wrong” way of reading. This is especially true for students, who are expected to summarize, analyze, and critique the readings assigned to them by their professors. The task can be particularly daunting to students who are working on a term paper, since they need to read a number of materials and then integrate them into the ongoing discourse that is their research paper.So what forms of reading are “right,” and which are “wrong”? While reading a book or article, you want to read actively as opposed to passively. When you read passively, you are just receiving information; as you read, you aren't digesting t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Leon Chaddock 
 
 Article Title :: Accounting School: Where Do I Go?
 
Accounting school is an excellent choice for many that love to solve problems. Your problem today is, though, that you are not sure which school is the right choice for you. In order to choose one or the other, you need to break down the good and the bad that each school offers and then choose which one bets fits your needs. You probably think this will take you many days to figure out. But, in fact, it will not. It will take you very little time to do on the web. Here are some things to look for in the accounting school you choose.• First of all, make sure that you understand what it is that you want to gain through the school. For those wanting a degree, it may be necess  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Alex P 
 
 Article Title :: University of Calicut
 
The University of Calicut, came in to being on 23/07/1968, by ordinance No. 5/68 of the Govt. of Kerala, which was subsequently replaced by the Calicut University Act 1975. The goals of the University are to develop qualitatively the higher education and research in all spheres of human development with special reference to Technical and technological sectors and to promote art and culture particular to Kerala, to uplift the educationally backward people and to expedite the process of human development in comparatively lesser developed regions of northern Kerala, Now, after the establishment of Kannur University in 1995, the jurisdiction of Calicut University is confined to the districts   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Bridget Mwape 
 
 Article Title :: Online Degrees - Is Online Education Right For You?
 
Some Universities and Colleges have opened a whole new line of education for today's busy people and for people in smaller cities and towns. You no longer have to sit in a classroom for 8 hours a day in-order to study for a Diploma, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree or Doctoral Degrees such as PhD's.There are many Colleges and Universities in the UK and elsewhere that are now offering online courses. Of course if you're interested in the more traditional distance education courses and programs, there are some well established institutions where you can enrol. These online and distance education courses allow you to complete your degree or diploma course at your own pace. So before  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Mansi Aggarwal 
 
 Article Title :: How to Choose the Right Online University
 
Formal education is getting very important in today’s competitive world. Proper education and reputed college degree can help one grab better job opportunities and demand higher salary from employers. But owing to certain circumstances or due to lack of funds one is usually restrained from getting a college degree. Online universities present a lucrative option for people with time constraints. Amount of benefits achieved from completing online courses greatly depend on the reputation of the online university. An erroneous choice of online training institute results in your wasting precious time and invaluable money. Hence it is very important to choose a competent university that provi  (read full article)
 
 
 
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