Education For The 21st Century Distance Learning

That’s certainly true in the realm of education. Previously, greater education was strictly a choice for that wealthy and fortunate. Beginning within the last century, greater education grew to become a real possibility for that common person. However the pace of change hasn’t slackened up one bit! Even though the so-known as ‘experts’ argue among … Read more

Shuttlecocks! Badminton booted from the PAC

The badminton players on campus are up in arms over what they believe is adminstration keeping them from half the playable surfaces at the UW athletic centres. We haven’t heard anything to confirm the details, but the word goes that the school is planning on replacing all the floors in the PAC gymnasiums. And when … Read more

$1-million gift from 3M allows UW to install innovative inventory system

The University of Waterloo is about to become the first academic institution in North America to use a new inventory and security system from 3M. The university and the company are today announcing a $1-million gift-in-kind involving 3M’s One Tag radio frequency identification (RFID) system. RFID technology is a relatively new concept in the management … Read more

The College Admission Essay Experience: How I Survived And Thrived

I have always considered myself a fairly ambitious individual, someone who thrived in the scholastic environment and actually enjoyed writing papers and reading books. So when I approached the college admissions process, I was fairly confident. I was the first to get my recommendation letters, the first to mail my transcripts, the first fill out … Read more

Honesty is the Best Policy in the College Admission Essay

One of the most important characteristics of an exceptional college admission essay is honesty. Be real. The old adage ‘be yourself’ could not be more true in this case. The admissions boards of your prospective colleges will literally read thousands of these essays. They can spot an insincerity at twenty paces. In other words, don’t … Read more

Organization In The College Admission Essay

As a college admission essay editor, I’ve run into more problems due to organization than any other issue. Even when ideas are freely flowing, even when I am expressing those ideas in the most precise terms, there is always the issue of order. What order should all of the sentences go in? What order should … Read more

Easy Ways to Pay Off Student Loans

While there isn’t a magic cure for paying off your student loans, there are some ways that are easier than others. Using just a few ideas will help you to pay your debt off with less stress, and can save you quite a bit of money over time. Get Organized Gather up a list of … Read more

Student Loans Bankruptcy

Post-college life is a shock to many new graduates. In addition to all of the standard life changes that leaving college brings, today’s college grads are saddled with a huge amount of debt which can lead to student loans bankruptcy. A Difficult Start The amount of student loans the average student requires to attain a … Read more

Test Prep, Sample Practice Tests

Most colleges accept either the SAT or ACT, and have formulas for converting scores into admissions’ criteria. Colleges use these standardized tests because there are substantial differences in curricula, grading, and difficulty among US high schools. One benefit of the ACT test is that it allows the test-taker to select scores to send to specific … Read more