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Not getting accepted to the college of your choice? Here’s where your admission essay is going wrong.

Sending out applications to your dream universities and then having to wait for their responses can be nerve-wracking. It can be hard to tell whether or not you’ll be accepted to the college. What you should know, however, is that more than your letters of recommendation or your school grades, it is actually your statement…

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BA Acceptance or Tips for Success as an Architecture Student  by Albert L.H. Lee

About the Author: Albert L.H. Lee is currently a Tyndale University College and Seminary Masters of Divinity student on leave from the program due to financial reasons.  He has a Bachelor’s of Technology, Architectural Science degree from Ryerson University and a Bachelor’s of Environmental Design Studies degree from Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Architecture. He has…

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College Writing Toolbox for A+ Marks

Today’s guest post is by Kenneth Waldman. He is a passionate Freelance Writer and also an Editorial Assistant at NinjaEssays.com. The areas of his interest include the latest education trends and technologies, social media, self-improvement.   One of the most challenging tasks art and design majors will have to complete is putting together their art…

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Things That the College Admissions Office Won’t Tell You

With over 2 million students who opt for college education every year in the United States, getting into a top tier college isn’t easy. If you think the college admissions office is your best source of information, think again! Let’s take a look at the ten things college admissions office simply won’t tell you. 1.…

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Top 10 Myths about College Life

  Most college myths are set by the TV or movies. Some of them are dispelled by a visit to your new college, and others by people you know that are already in company. Yet, there are plenty find out college myths that will simply not die despite the fact they are very untrue. Here…

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Six Twitter Tips for Students Seeking a Career

Twitter is ranked the top-most popular social network after Facebook, and this really shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone. Twitter has an estimate of 310,000,000 monthly visitors, which beats LinkedIn, having an estimate of 225,000,000 per month (as per eBizMba). So, can we use this popular website for career building and job search? Considering…

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8 Inspiring Apps for Written Assignments

Sometimes, my mind is bursting with creativity. I just can’t wait to key-in all my thoughts on a Word Doc.  Other times, it’s not! All thanks to the “writer’s block”. I spend endless of hours reading pages upon pages of relevant subjects and even then the words come out plain, boring and unnatural. However, thanks…

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Top 7 Smartphone Apps for Aspiring Architect and Artists

With the limited time available in our fast-paced era of today, a convenient and effective way of accomplishing things through mobile phones has become the solution to finish things immediately and efficiently. Specifically for architects and artists who do not stay in the office for long, some mobile apps have been developed to fulfill their…