Research Habits that Sabotage Your Papers

Research papers are hard work. Don’t sabotage your paper’s grade before it’s even turned in. Help make your research process more efficient and ethical by kicking these four research habits to kick to the curb! Habit 1: Waiting until the last minute We all do it. When it’s not something fun or easy, the natural … Continue reading Research Habits that Sabotage Your Papers

Internship 101: The Dos and Don’ts

Internships can be awesome! They’re a great way to gain experience, see what it’s really like to work in a field that interests you, and to make tons of connections that can help you in the future. Use the tips below to discover what you should — and shouldn’t — do during your internship to … Continue reading Internship 101: The Dos and Don’ts

Little Tricks to Stay Focused in Class

Let’s face it: Keeping alert in class can be tricky, especially if you have one of those pesky 8 a.m.’s and spent the previous night working late on a paper and APA reference list. While an extra-large coffee might be your go-to for those days you’re especially tired, sometimes caffeine alone can’t do the trick. … Continue reading Little Tricks to Stay Focused in Class

Handy Checklist for Graduating Students

Congratulations! You made it through years of college lectures, living off weird campus food, and late nights studying. All that hard work has paid off and you’re about to come away with a degree (finally!). No matter if you’re heading to graduate school, starting a new job, or taking some time off, you should be … Continue reading Handy Checklist for Graduating Students

7 Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Summer Study Abroad

Summer is one of the best times to study abroad. You don’t have to take a break from your normal school schedule and miss out on seeing your college friends, the weather is almost always beautiful, and you get to spend your summer exploring different cultures, languages, and cuisines. Use these tips to make your … Continue reading 7 Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Summer Study Abroad

4 Things English Tutors Wished Their High School Students Knew

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the amount of homework you have for your English class? Do you feel like there’s so much reading you have to do, but you don’t have time for it all? Or do you feel lost when you have to write a paper? Getting an English tutor can help you … Continue reading 4 Things English Tutors Wished Their High School Students Knew

6 Ways to Stay Awake According to Science

We all have those days where it feels impossible to stay awake. Maybe you accidentally binge-watched your favorite show until 3 a.m., or you need to wake up super early to study for a big exam. Making our bodies concentrate when running on little sleep can be difficult, but you can use these scientifically-backed tips … Continue reading 6 Ways to Stay Awake According to Science

How To Use That Disappointing SAT/ACT Score To Your Advantage

Everyone has bad test days. Maybe that extra hour of cramming instead of sleeping didn’t help. Or maybe the SAT or ACT just seemed extra hard that day. Who knows. In any case, don’t fret! A positive outcome of your test day experience is that you now know what to expect and you have a … Continue reading How To Use That Disappointing SAT/ACT Score To Your Advantage

Writers Rejoice! Chegg and the Purdue OWL Have Joined Forces

If having access to expert writing help whenever you need it appeals to you, then you’ll love this news: the esteemed Purdue University Online Writing Lab (Purdue OWL) has partnered with our company, Chegg, Inc., to help students like you become confident and skilled writers through world-class writing education tools. Through this new partnership, Purdue … Continue reading Writers Rejoice! Chegg and the Purdue OWL Have Joined Forces

BibMe Feature Highlight: Title Page Creator

Your paper is nearly done! You chose a great topic. The paper is written and proofread. It has all the proper citations (usually in APA or MLA format). But have you created a title page yet? The title page (or cover page) of a report is often the last part of a paper to be … Continue reading BibMe Feature Highlight: Title Page Creator