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How to Find Scholarships & Avoid Scams

How to Find Scholarships & Avoid Scams

So, you're on your way to a high school diploma and the next big step is a college education. Whether you’re headed off to a university, or exploring your local community college, it's going to cost you money - a lot of money. Perhaps by now you’ve heard the stories about starving college students who live off of Ramen noodles and pizza. Sounds kind of fun and adventurous for a few weeks, but worrying about money gets old pretty fast. Getting a scholarship can mean the difference of thousands o … Read More

How to Find Scholarships & Avoid Scams
So, you're on your way to a high school diploma and the next big step is a college education. Whether you’re headed off to a university, or exploring your local community college, it's going to cost you money - a lot of money. Perhaps by now you’ve heard the stories about starving college students who live off of Ramen noodles and pizza. Sounds kind of fun and adventurous for a few weeks, but worrying about money gets old pretty fast. Getting a scholarship can mean the difference of thousands o
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Writing a paper for class? Lock down an "A" with these helpful tips from San Diego tutor Natalie S... Over the course of your academic career, you will be expected to write multiple papers that will span a number of different subjects and purposes. While there are many ways to write a paper, below are a few of the common mistakes to avoid that are true for all types of papers. 1) Create a strong thesis BEFORE you start writing the paper. Do not begin the writing process without a thesis s
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Many children who love to read and write are often curious about how to become a writer. What are the steps involved? What are the best ways to improve your writing? Where can you find writing inspiration? How do you know which genres are best for you? Who can you turn to for writing support? Although there isn't one direct path to becoming a writer, certain tips can be incredibly helpful for children. If your child is curious about how to become a writer, there are some simple things you can d
10 Fascinating Idioms in Different Languages
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The Social Benefits of Learning a Foreign Language
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