Here we are again. Midterm season. If you find yourself struggling to prepare for those impending tests, you aren’t alone. That’s why we’ve gathered some useful study tips to set you up for success. There are three kinds of learners: auditory, visual and tactile. Whether you learn by hearing, seeing or doing, these study techniques […]
In response to rising tuition costs, more Ontario university students are working during the school year. Faculty and librarians suggest that this work could be hindering students’ academic progression and success. They also note concern with students’ preparedness when entering university.
So you want to go to grad school? Even though the Fall 2010 term hasn’t even started, it’s already time to start thinking ahead about admissions in 2011, including your grades, standardized exams you may have to take and application deadlines.
While you are in school, grades have a lot of significance. Often students assume that grades are required on resumés. But outside of school, grades are usually a whole lot less significant than they have been while you were a student.
I thought scholarships and getting into that program was all good marks were good for, but then a couple of things changed. First, I decided I want to go to grad school. Having an “honours” degree doesn’t hurt either. Then I started getting emails about volunteer job opportunities that will look great on my resumé!
Jobs are scarce now, but by 2016 the unemployment rate will be zero thanks to a nationwide labour shortage. A new grade for academic dishonesty at Simon Fraser University “outs” cheats and liars on their transcripts. After eight months without Facebook on campus, Concordia finally unblocks the network.