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Sophie S: Not all about cuddling babies

Looking back to when I was halfway through my second year of Midwifery it felt like things were really getting real! The work was stepping up and getting a lot more demanding; I had just finished four weeks of gynaecology placement, four weeks of NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) and then two weeks of non-midwifery placement. 541 more words


Follow these simple tips, and your profs will love you

It’s Jackson, back again for another semester interning with the marketing office.

The difference between high school and college is staggering. For one, you do not need a pass to use the restroom anymore, and the idea of sitting in detention might make you chuckle. 516 more words

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Which Asset May Hurt your Financial Aid

This article has GREAT information on which assets may hurt your Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) amount/number. Also, which of the two apps use which of the e different formulas used. 132 more words

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Beyond Starbucks: Cafés Around PSU

By: Andreea N.

As far as I’m concerned, students need two things in life: caffeine and convenient places to study. If you’re the studious type who can handle small doses of hustle and bustle, cafés can serve as ideal go-to study locations. 238 more words


Guest blog: Interview day… the outcome is all in the preparation

Lissie Cork is Schools & Colleges Liaison Officer for the Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education at Anglia Ruskin University. She often presents information on the application process, from entry requirements to personal statements and the interview itself, at the faculty’s events and so uses this blog to offer some advice on preparing for your interview. 1,150 more words


REPOST: Five tips for students during winter break: Read, camp, build, go online, play

Holidays give young students a break from school, but the cold season can also tempt them to slump in front of the TV or get lost in video games all day. 872 more words

How to take tests

This is one teacher’s view of how to take written tests. Some of it applies to my classes. Much of it will help you in other classes.

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