Congratulations! You are beginning college and will have many new experiences as you juggle courses and other activities. Studying in college can require different techniques than used in high school. Learn how to study as a college freshman to maximize your time inside and outside the classroom.
Choosing a College
Find help on choosing the right college for you with Bright Hub’s collection of college reviews, comparisons and guides. Our expert articles will help you decide whether you want a two or four year degree and whether you should choose a community, public or private school. Learn the advantages and disadvantages to different schools and programs and decide which college is right for you based on school atmosphere, programs, price and education.
You’ve been to the Career Center and spent hours thumbing through thick books containing hundreds of colleges with huge price-tags. You’ve been trying, but you need more advice. Follow this advice when trying to choose a college.
The perfect college or university selection is the key for a successful college experience. Public vs. private, academic and athletic scholarships, accessibility to airports, train stations and mass transit, transfer and drop out rates, courses offered, and safety are just a few prerequisites.
This article offers advice to college students, counselors, parents and also foreign-language professors about what a young person can do with their degree in a foreign language. Depending on your language, being truly fluent in a foreign language, and making it part of your record, is an advantage.