Download the Free Version of StarOffice with Google

I bought my laptop last year for very little money during one of those “after Thanksgiving” sales. Yeah, I was one of those guys who waited in line at freakin’ Office Depot to get this deal, but it was worth it. Anyway, the computer didn’t have any … [Read more]

How to Read Long-Winded Journal Articles Quickly

I recently had to plow through 68 pages of mind-numbing journal articles in less than an hour. This might sound like plenty of time to you, but trust me – it wasn’t. These articles were boring. I mean really boring. Almost as bad as being forced … [Read more]

UC Berkeley Offers Free Classes Online

We just found out that UC Berkeley launched webcasts of hundreds of class lectures. Yep, that means you can watch video courses in a variety of different subjects. Some of their free online classes include: astronomy, biology, physics, psychology, … [Read more]

How LinkedIn Can Help You Choose the Best College for Your Career

Are you wondering what colleges to apply to? Are you curious where alumni at those colleges end up working? Or what career paths are most common? Well, the LinkedIn College navigation tool provides you real-time data on what college alumni are … [Read more]

How to Write a Great Term Paper in One Evening

If youve ever procrastinated like I have, youve probably had to research and write an entire term paper in one night. Its not the ideal way to write, but Ive been able to write some of my best papers during this time. Im not sure if its the … [Read more]

Boost Your Brain Power with These Super Foods

Now that school is starting back up, it’s time to give your brain everything it needs to stay sharp and attentive in class. So here are 5 foods to help you improve your memory and supercharge your brain: Fish Fish is not only high in good protein, … [Read more]

How to Improve Your Memory Power – 7 Effective Techniques

When I was an undergraduate student, I had to take 5 classes in a foreign language to complete my degree. I took classes in Spanish, classical Latin, and ancient Greek to fulfill my requirement - and needless to say - Im glad thats over with. Ive … [Read more]

Making Planning a Routine

You’ve probably heard that it take 21 days to form a habit. Or was it 30 days? Some are saying 66 days. However long it takes, you can’t seem to maintain a schedule where you get stuff done. This was me just a couple years ago, but after trying out … [Read more]

How to Get a Great Recommendation Letter

Most graduate schools want you to have at least two letters of recommendation. The typical strategy is to submit a recommendation from a boss (who can discuss your leadership qualities and character), and a professor (who can discuss your … [Read more]

Group Projects: How to Deal with Different Personality Types

In this guest post, GreekForMe.com provides tips to help students deal with different personality types in your school group projects. High school teachers and college professors just seem to adore group projects, don’t you think? After all, there’s … [Read more]