There’s no denying the important role that Excel plays in daily work. After all, it is the most widely used software by businesses. Even though it is so widely used, many people fail to understand the full capabilities of Excel.
Just by using a formula this software can help you get tasks done instantly that you would’ve otherwise spent hours doing. There are countless ways that you can use Excel, which is why it is essential for you to learn more about what the program’s capable of. Continue reading “Tips to Becoming an Excel Expert”
If you want a fulfilling and financially rewarding career, you should obtain college degree. According to the Pew Research Center, millennials with a college degree earn $17,500 more per year than their counterparts with only a high school diploma. Of course, one of the biggest challenges of attending college is the cost. Thankfully, though, there are scholarships available to assist academic-hungry students. Continue reading “Ways to find college scholarships”
One of the biggest segments of debt in the US today is student loan debt. This form of debt has grown exponentially in the past few decades. Americans now owe well above $1.3 trillion in combined student loan debts. This is nearly twice the amount that Americans currently owe on credit cards. When it comes to paying back these loans that can actually run into six figures, there are some steps to take that can make it seem more achievable. Continue reading “Take These Steps to Deal With Student Loan Debt”
We’ve all been there. We know, you told yourself you weren’t going to procrastinate, but somehow it’s still the day before the final and you don’t know a thing. Everyone procrastinates a little bit, but don’t worry, there’s still a chance. Ever wondered how those who panic before the exam and say they barely studied still seem to ace it? If you want to get in on their top secret ways to get an A even with procrastination, here’s some tips to follow. Continue reading “Last Minute Finals Preparation Tips”
In the beginning of college, my hopes about trying different classes were fulfilled and I had great opportunities to try classes that I ended up loving like Psychology and Anthropology and classes that were not for me like Chemistry. Although not every class was perfect, trying classes outside of my comfort zone allowed me to discover my likes and dislikes while there was still time, so the combination of being Undecided and fulfilling Tulane’s core requirements worked out in my favor.
However, the semesters of trying classes to figure out what you want to do with your life eventually have to come to an end and some major decisions have to begin. In my case, my very first class freshman year, Intro to Psychology, turned out to be my favorite and it has now become the reason for my Psychology major, but not everyone is as lucky in terms of finding a favorite class to base the decision off of. Therefore, the following steps can hopefully help anyone who is either applying to college completely undecided or struggling to pick a major once already in college. Continue reading “Tips for Finally Deciding on Your Major”
Many students work hard to acquire good study skills, but not many realize that having the right place to study is just as important. Your study environment can be a big factor in how successfully you’ll learn and retain information and be able to apply it in your assessments and on the job.
Here are 8 ways your surroundings impact your studying and how you can make your study settings more conducive to learning. Continue reading “Picking the Right Environment to Study In”
Let’s be honest—college is not easy. Although classes may seem a bit more lax than they were in high school in terms of scheduling (goodbye, eight-hour school days!), there are plenty of factors in the college scene that can have a negative impact on your grade. Continue reading “Dealing With an Unsatisfactory Grade”
In today’s world, we often face situations where we find ourselves lost in translation. And it’s not uncommon for there to be a language barrier in most social and business situations. The U.S., in particular, is now more diverse than ever and the trend of learning multiple languages or being bilingual continues to be popular and commonplace. Continue reading “Why You Should Become Bilingual”