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Law school enrollment and law education topics

Some interesting research paper topics for your law class are to discuss the declining number of college students taking the LSAT test, declining enrollment in law schools, and new teaching methods in law schools.

Does this describe your law school life? (Credit: Pinterest)

Does this describe your law school life? (Credit: Pinterest)

Continue reading to learn more about each of these concepts. Read more

5 steps to an impressive research paper

If your first reaction when a professor assigns a research paper involves sweaty palms, increased heart rate or a stomach tied in knots, you’re not alone. Countless college students dread writing research papers because the process can seem grueling and much more stressful than simply studying material for an upcoming exam. Does this sound familiar to you? (I see you nodding your head “yes”)

The good news is that there are many readily available resources you can use to ensure you get a good grade on your research paper – you just have to know where to find them. That’s where we come in. Read on for the five steps to follow if you want a stellar research paper. Read more

Top 10 common grammar mistakes to avoid for student success

College students should avoid making common spelling and grammar mistakes when writing a research paper. A small mistake with an easy word will make your paper look sloppy and unorganized, and your teachers will wonder how accurately you researched the rest of your paper (and how you’ve gotten away with making these mistakes for so long!). Follow these 10 simple tips for college research papers.

Knowing proper grammar will keep you from making mistakes. (Credit: Flickr.com)

Knowing proper grammar will keep you from making mistakes. (Credit: Flickr.com)

“We’re big advocates of conversational writing that’s engaging, persuasive, and fun.… On the other hand, making some grammatical errors just makes you look bad, and hurts your effectiveness. Sometimes we even misuse words simply because we hear others use them incorrectly,” explained Brain Clark in “15 grammar goofs that make you look silly,” on CopyBlogger. Take a look at our list of top 10 grammar mistakes below. Read more

How stress affects college students and what to do about it

Stress among college students continues to grow, and different students cope with stress in campus life in several ways. For proper student health, students and their counselors should learn to identify the cause of stress and devise appropriate stress relief techniques.

Find out how to best cope with stress in college. (Credit: The Dolly Lammy)

Find out how to best cope with stress in college. (Credit: The Dolly Lammy)

Whether you are someone experiencing extreme amounts of stress during college or know someone who is, the below tips give everyone the chance to live a happy, healthy college life. Read more

How college students can handle stress

College is supposed to be some of the best years of your life, right? However, do you ever feel that sometimes you are just so stressed out? If you feel like your mental and emotional health is taking a beating, you are not alone.

How do you handle stress? (Credit: Brain Report)

How do you handle stress? (Credit: Brain Report)

Maybe you and your peers could use some help balancing their newfound freedom and responsibility, while keeping the occasional smile on their faces. Read on for tips for college students on how to handle stress. Read more

Resume tips for college graduates—and current students!

You graduated college. Yeah! You need a job. Oh. How do you start, how do you get your foot in the door, how can you write a killer resume and cover letter?

Perfect your resume and get hired right away with our tips. (Credit: HH Staffing)

Perfect your resume and get hired right away with our tips. (Credit: HH Staffing)

The job market is still tough, you’re competing with lots of other college students, and you don’t have a whole lot of experience yet. You need some lifehack advice! Here are some job and resume tips for recent college graduates. Read more

5 tips for how to choose a college major

One of the biggest decisions for college students is choosing a college major. There is a lot riding on that choice – not only your future career, earnings potential and ability to pay back student loans, but also your happiness and sense of fulfillment doing something you enjoy for the next thirty years.

Choosing a major can be a difficult decision. (Credit: weareiu.com)

Choosing a major can be a difficult decision. (Credit: weareiu.com)

You don’t necessarily want to choose the easiest college majors or the highest paying college majors. The best college majors are the ones that speak to you personally. Here are some tips for how to choose a college major. Read more

Summer reading — The best books for college students

This summer you might be tempted to walk away from anything remotely connected to learning. But summer reading is a great thing, and not just for college students.

If you need a little inspiration when it comes to compiling your top books to read, here are some suggestions for the best books to keep your mind in tip-top shape during the break. Read more

4 peer-to-peer learning strategies for college students

Peer-to-peer learning strategies help college students better understand classroom material. Of course the teacher or professor is valuable to your education, as is classroom work. But did you know that you can learn from other students as well?

The technology sandbox encourages peer-to-peer learning in a laboratory. (Credit: Marc Hall, North Carolina State University)

The technology sandbox encourages peer-to-peer learning in a laboratory. (Credit: Marc Hall, North Carolina State University)

You can improve your academics on a test or term paper by engaging in group discussions, explaining material to your fellow students or arranging a study retreat. Read more

Summer online courses: We found the 8 most unusual

College students can get bored during the summer. I kept my brain from turning to mush on a beach by improving my academics with some summer reading and light hearted studying by taking online courses in a zany or unusual subject.

Have you considered online courses over summer break?

Have you considered online courses over summer break?

I took a course in the Hawaiian language and it was fascinating. My study tip for college students who want to expand their knowledge is to search the Internet for unique and fun online courses. Read more