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How to Free Write
by Hugo in Education
Free writing is serendipitous: It can help you to discover new ideas, liberate inner thoughts and tensions, and improve your other writing skills.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Alarm Clocks
Desk Chairs
Desk Lamps
Women's Watches
Notebook Papers
Laptop Computer

Find a quiet place where you will n

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How to Choose a Backpack for School
by novatv.stdios in Education
Select a backpack carefully - the right one just might last forever.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need

Determine what size objects and how much weight your child will carry to school, and what sorts of extras he or she will need. College students will have different needs from those of first-graders.
Decide how long the

How to Stop Procrastinating
by Nate-X in Education
There's an old joke that the members of Procrastinators Anonymous keep meaning to meet ... but keep putting it off.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Personal Organizers
Running Watches

Think about why you procrastinate: Are you afraid of failing at the task? Are you a perfectionist and only willing to begin working after every littl

How to Apply for Financial Aid
by Flip504 in Education
Financial aid can help you attend a more expensive school, rather than settling for the best you can afford. There are many types of financial aid available for those willing to fill out the necessary forms.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Internet Access

Apply between January 1 and Jun

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How to Choose a Financial Aid Program
by bash in Education
After you apply for financial aid, take the time to choose the right program.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
Accounting Services
Career Counseling
Credit Counseling Services
Postage Stamps

Apply for dependent student aid if you're going to college straight from high school. Dependent student

How to Get a Scholarship
by Steve Downing in Education
More scholarships are available than you may think. It's worth your time and effort to seek out relevant scholarships and apply for them.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
Internet Access
Postage Stamps
Scholarship Applications
Printer Paper
Word-processing Software

Start looking for scholarsh

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How to Beat the College Freshman Blues
by Soccer55 in Education
A big change in your environment can sometimes cause you to withdraw from what is new and concentrate on what you left behind. Make the effort to move forward.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Academic Counselings
Concert Tickets
Health Club Memberships
Job Applications
Movie Tickets
Sporting-event Tickets

Concentrate on your new surroundin

How to Buy School Supplies Online
by Itchrelief in Education
Shopping for your school supplies online will save you hours of footwork and give you a wide choice of items.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Highlighter Pens
Paper And Binder Clips
Spiral Notebooks

List all the items you need to buy such as pens, pencils, paper, calculat

How to Buy School Supplies
by squarecut1 in Education
Preparation is the key to success. Get the supplies you need to get the school year off to an excellent start.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Personal Organizers
Writing Papers
Computer Disks
Spiral Notebooks

Buy all the

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How to Find a Job While in College
by Ted Leung in Education
Having a part-time job while you are in college will give you greater financial independence and "real world" experience. Because working during college is a necessity for many students, you should expect competition for even minimum wage positions.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Newspaper Subscriptions
résumé paper
résumé software

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How to Manage Your Time in College
by Vijayant Singh in Education
College life provides many entertaining distractions, but it's important to remember what your priorities are and complete the tasks at hand.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
Address Books
Palm Handheld Organizers
Alarm Clocks
Wall Calendars
Personal Organizers
Schedule Management Software

Buy a calendar with larg

How to Choose the Right Dorm for You
by Yannis Roussochatzakis in Education
Choosing a dorm is an important decision. You'll be spending a lot of time there, and you want to make sure it fits your needs.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Decide whether you want a co-ed or single-sex dorm, smoking or nonsmoking.
Choose a "frosh" dorm, which tends to be rowdy, if you want opportunities to meet people.
Opt for a four-class dorm or a dorm with quiet hours if you need pe
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How to Join a Sorority or Fraternity
by Kubla Khan in Education
Joining a sorority or fraternity is a great way to get to know people with common interests, form a support structure for academics, and get involved with campus activities, leadership opportunities and community service.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Men's Dress Shirts
Mens' Dress Pants
Women's Blazers
Women's Dress P

How to Decide Whether to Join the Greek System
by onurtopcu in Education
There are advantages and disadvantages to joining a sorority or fraternity. Consider them carefully before you make your decision.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Academic Counselings
Address Books
Alarm Clocks
Desk Lamps
Personal Organizers

Consider whether you will have the time to participate in "rush." You will have to take p

How to Get Involved With Campus Activities
by scosant in Education
Most colleges and universities are brimming with cool activities. Whatever your interests are, you'll find something to do.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
College Guides
Student Activities Catalogs
Women's Watches
College Newspapers
Personal Organizers
Bike U-locks

Visit the student services office. Check out

How to Choose a Major in College
by SnuggleTheBear in Education
The major you choose in college doesn't set the course for the rest of your life; it's merely a starting point. What's important is following your interests and discovering what you love to do.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Practical AspectsConsider which courses you've done well in previously and decide which major they have prepared you for.
Investigate the quality of the professors and c

How to Choose College Classes
by ugufugu in Education
Most colleges have some required classes, which will simplify your decisions, but it's a good idea to explore possible majors and areas of interest with elective courses.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Find out which courses are required and use these as a basis for your schedule.
Meet with your advisor to find out which core classes you must take for the major or majors that interest you.

How to Avoid the Freshman 15
by Raphaël Slinckx in Education
The "freshman 15" is a term used to describe the weight gain many college students experience. Dormitory food is usually high in fat and calories, and you may not have the free time you once had for exercise.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
Athletic Socks
Running Clothes
Running Shoes
Bottled Water
High-energy Snacks
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How to Pack for Your Dorm Room
by kamyar in Education
Your dorm room will be your new home for the months to come. Take what you need to make it comfortable.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Alarm Clocks
Surge Protectors
Bed Linens
Desk Lamps
Laundry Baskets
Throw Rugs
First Aid Kits
Small Refrigerators
School Supplies
TAGS : Pack Your Dorm Room

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