Did you just find out that your project/assignment is due tomorrow? Yet, just three days ago, you thought you had enough time, and you set it aside for later. You are not alone. Studies show that nearly 80–95% of college students procrastinate to some extent; nearly 70% consider themselves procrastinators, and roughly 50% of college students alarmingly procrastinate consistently....Read More
Goal setting is a vital part of life but most people often don’t realise this importance. For some, it is boring and as they can tackle every goal that arises. However, studies have proven what works. The importance of goal setting for students can’t be understated, it is one of the primary factors that lead to long-term success as a student and also in all areas of life.
As a...Read More
Time management skills are as important to students as they are to everyone else. You have classes to attend, assignments, group projects to contribute to, and exams to pass. Outside all of these, you have a social life to upkeep as well as other important activities you are involved in and then you need to sleep too. Indeed, being a student can be tough – and there are only so many...Read More
Generally, exams can be quite apprehensive as they come with anxiety sometimes. Students suddenly begin to feel the pressure to perform well. This happens to even the best of students too. However, studies have shown that some students are quite enthusiastic about exams and as much do not have anxieties before and during exams. Either way, there are various things every student can do to...Read More
The debate topic “are leaders born or made?” is popular among debate teams in secondary schools. When leadership is mentioned, most people tend to think towards the hierarchical workplace structure, teens and young adults too and it is important to get them rightly informed on who a leader is and why every student must develop leadership skills and qualities.
Automatically, this...Read More
Do you find that your mind freezes before or during exams and your heart begins to race so fast like you had run the longest miles in the world? 16-20% of today’s students have high levels of exam anxiety, making it the most prevalent academic difficulty.
Most students and learners feel uneasiness before or during exams, however, research shows that some individuals suffer from exam...Read More
At the dawn of the twenty-first century, universities and colleges shifted from the system that placed an undue focus on grades. Most schools adopted a more holistic approach that focused on developing an individual into a well-rounded student. That shift elevated extracurricular activities to one of the important components of college admissions and education in general. Extracurricular...Read More
An admission offer letter, also known as an acceptance letter or letter of acknowledgement, is an obligatory requirement. The letter is an official confirmation that you indeed have a spot in a Canadian institution. Keep reading to learn how to gain an admission offer from a Canadian University.
Typically, the letter contains student information and all the conditions of admission. You need it...Read More
The point of studying is to assimilate and remember during exams and beyond. How much you remember beyond exams depends heavily on your studying methods. When tests or exams loom, many students resort to cramming to get through. Cramming does work in the short term as much as any other study method. But what makes cramming ineffective is that it doesn’t support long-term retention. After...Read More
Over the years, blended learning has experienced growing reception all over the world. This is due to the rapid adoption of the internet globally and the inception of new technologies. A 2018 statistics by the Journal of Global Information Technology Management predicts that blended learning will be mainstream by 2025. But thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, blended learning is on course to...Read More