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| Published in Education News | Written by Tracy R. Baro

Harvard Primal Scream: Instruction to Freshmen

If you are a student, you must have a recipe to de-stress. What do you do when studies reach a peak, and your brain seems to explode any minute because of information surfeit and multiple “to-do” tasks? Do you go shopping? Give a reckless party? Buy essays online? : ) Stuff yourself with some finger-licking food? Well, any of these methods to relieve stress can…

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| Published in Interesting Facts | Written by Thomas Stroup

Rolf Schulmeister. How Much Time Has to Be Spent on Education?

Wondering why your academic score is so low compared to other students? How much time do you spend on average preparing for your classes? Is it 9, 23, 50 hours per week? It’s not all about time, but this issue still matters. A new study conducted by famous German scientist, Professor Rolf Schulmeister, proves that the key to student’s performance is motivation. The professor of…

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| Published in Education News | Written by Thomas Stroup

7 Dumbest Courses You Can Take at One of the US Universities Today

Math? History? Arts? Culture? Nah, it’s better to learn about Cyberporn and Society (State University of New York at Buffalo), Zombies in Popular Media (Columbia College), or Getting Dressed (Princeton). Sounds ridiculous? Parents sending their children to Princeton Academy also think that way, especially when their offspring come from college for holidays and the only fine grades they have are in Zombie Biology or Shoestory….

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| Published in Study Once Again | Written by Patricia May

What is a synopsis?

A synopsis is a brief summary of a book plot. It is, usually, required by publishing agents in order to define whether the entire work is worth reading. Many writers dread the moment of writing their synopses as it seems impossible for them to squeeze an entire book into a few pages. Someone would even call it a blasphemy. Agents and publishers call it a necessity,…

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