4 Fantastic Ways to Spice Up Your LinkedIn Profile (While in College)

If you want to improve your chances of getting a great job after you graduate, you need to start creating an optimized LinkedIn profile while in school. You see, an optimized LinkedIn profile can help recruiters find you when looking to hire interns … [Read more]

How to Find More Cash for School – 9 Financial Aid Options

As an undergrad, I financed my way through college with grants and student loans – but there was a time when I didn’t have enough money for basic living expenses. Sure, I had a place to live on campus, but I didn’t have much money for anything … [Read more]

Smart Ways to Answer Multiple Choice Questions

Weve all had to make guesses on multiple choice tests. Sometimes we guess right, but its really easy to guess wrong. About.com posted some tips on how to answer multiple choice test questions. Here are some of our favorite tips: Don’t … [Read more]

Pimp Your iPod with Wikipedia

Okay, so there’s this FREE software project called “EncycloPODia” that found a way to hack Wikipedia and get that massive library onto your iPod . Right now, you can download the English, German, and Italian versions of Wikipedia. And I think a … [Read more]

Brain Teasers and Games to Stimulate Your Mind

If youre looking for a way to challenge your mind, here are some free brain games you can play: All Star Logic Puzzles A great assortment of logic puzzles to test your analytical skills. Archimedes Mind and Visual Puzzles Tons of math-based … [Read more]

How to Study Smarter, Not Harder

Dartmouth published a paper discussing ways for students to improve their memory as they study. These tips will help any student study smarter, not harder. Here are some of our favorite study tips: Recite As You Study Recitation should first take … [Read more]

The Pros and Cons of Recording Your Class Lectures

Ive only used an MP3 recorder a couple times in my college career, and these were for classes where my professor would spit out tons of information in a brief amount of time (and my pen couldnt keep up). Here are some pros and cons of recording … [Read more]

Pimp Your USB Thumbdrive – 8 Nifty Apps

I carry around a USB thumbdrive at school because Im always using different library computers. Over the weekend, I discovered 8 useful apps that can be added to a thumbdrive to aid in productivity. I hope you find some of these useful as well . . … [Read more]

How to Write Your First Draft

I’m finishing up grad school right now, and I’ve been extremely busy writing a 90-page paper. I also have another 20-page paper that’s due in several weeks. I don’t have much time to spend on rough drafts, so I have to make every minute … [Read more]

How Blogging Can Help You Learn And Grow

Photo by Andrew Neel on Unsplash The number of people blogging in The United States is set to increase to 31.7 million by 2020 which is an increase of 4.3 million since 2014 providing bloggers with a potentially huge audience for their sites. While … [Read more]