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11 Things Every College Student Needs To Hear During this Point In The Semester

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A fun stress reliever to remind us that we are all in the same boat with school stress at this time of year. Enjoy this light-hearted look at 11 things every college student needs to hear during this point in the semester.

gradspot.com

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Are you busy getting your degree and haven’t had time for anything else? Find a moment to check out gradspot, this website is a one-stop shop for everything you need post-graduation. Organized into 5 categories (Housing, Career, Money, Lifestyle, and Health) this site helps you navigate questions like how to nail a job interview, and what vegetables should stay in the fridge vs. on the counter.

The Thesis Whisperer

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Photo credit – Brian Smithson

 

This blog, edited by Dr. Inger Mewburn, provides many amazing articles and resources on helping students survive the crunch time of writing a thesis. Articles like, how to choose the right front, or how to email your supervisor, study hacks, and how to conduct proper research are all right at your fingertips.

The College Puzzle

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Photo credit – Olga Berrios

 

This college success blog, The college puzzle, was created by Dr. Micheal W Kirst. It provides students the opportunity to come and write or read stories of successful students. This resource provides real life examples of student struggles and how those obstacles were overcome. It also offers the student perspectives of on the future of education.

12 tips to overcome writer’s block for PhD students

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Unfortunately, writer’s block is a very real and very common problem, especially for people writing a thesis. This type of writing often induces a great deal of stress and anxiety for students. Dora Farkas assures that her 12 tips to overcome Writer’s block for PhD students make breaking the block not only possible, but easy.

How to Work with People Who Aren’t Good at Working with People

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Image from the original webpage

 

Emotional Intelligence, or EQ as it has come to be called, has been shown to be of the utmost importance for success in relation to job performance, entrepreneurship, career success, and leadership. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic offers evidence-based recommendations on how to manage interactions with people who have a low EQ, or in other words, people who aren’t good at working with people.

Good Enough is Good Enough

Good Enough

 

“High ambitions are noble and important, but there can also come a point when they become the sources of terrible trouble and unnecessary panic.” This article extols the virtues of rejecting perfectionism and accepting that good enough is already a very grand achievement.

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