College and Finance Hall of Fame
Here’s a list of some of the “best” posts College and Finance has to offer. Many contain very useful information, and some are just plain entertaining.
1. 18 Overlooked Things Everyone Should Bring to College – Find out what not to forget, or what you should have remembered.
2. 32 Weird Scholarships Almost Anyone Can Get – Scholarships are a great way to get some cash, here’s a list of the more “unique” scholarships.
3 The Art of BS: How to Succeed on Papers and Essays – Do you have a huge paper coming up? How about a huge essay test? Learn the ancient sacred art of “Executive BS’ing,” and how to make the most of what you know when writing.
4. 101 Things I Learned My Freshman Year of College – Freshman year is almost always the toughest year in college. Learn from others so you’re well prepared and don’t make the same mistakes many Freshman make.
5. Top 5 College Student Stressors — and Stress Relievers – College can be quite stressful at times. Here’s what stresses average students out most, and some good stress relief options.
6. Harry Potter’s Guide to the People You Meet in College – Ever have a Professor that reminds you of Severus Snape? How about a roommate that seems exactly like Draco Malfoy? See how many people one meets in college resemble Harry Potter characters.
7. 11 Best Student Jobs to Have in College – This may not surprise you, but one of the best ways to get extra money for college is to get a job. Here are the best student jobs campus has to offer.
8. 5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a College – When people are looking at colleges, they always seem to ask the wrong questions. Read this and you’ll have at least five solid questions to help you choose your University, which is a good start.
9. Seven Important Things to Consider When You Apply for a Credit Card – College is often when people obtain their first credit card. Don’t just sign up for the first offer you get in the mail. Consider these important items.
10. How to Study: Strategies for Maximizing Your GPA – Four great tips on how to help increase your GPA through study. You’ll wish you’d read it before you took your first Calculus final.
August 31 2007 04:28 pm