For students of law, the stepping stone to academic success is knowing the mistakes to avoid from the get-go.
Despite the pros that open credit systems come with, a few fundamental pitfalls can threaten to make your academic life even more of a struggle.
There are an immense number of educational opportunities available within our small part of the world.
Due to certain policies, or the lack thereof, the system has turned out to be discriminatory towards students who might want a second chance at education.
Let’s look into both the positives and the negatives of fixed credit systems for reference.
ne of the most crucial steps to succeeding in your applications to universities abroad is one that is often overlooked or undermined in its importance: a solid list.
When you have spent most of your life and education surrounded by the same people, experiencing everything incrementally together, you are under the illusion that life will follow the same pace even when you are out of school. This idea couldn’t be further from the truth. It becomes very apparent quickly that you are on your own. As the shared path forks into wholly different directions, it becomes easy to constantly compare yourself to peers whom you went to school with.
The moment I express my passion for my major, I'm met with raised eyebrows.