Welcome to the the MastersDegree.net blog. Here you’ll find various infographics on career information (please see our infographics link for more information on each one) as well as a variety of helpful and fun blog entries. Starting from the first entry you’ll find lists and advice such as the best movie for art buffs, help on writing your personal statement, test-taking skills and advice for coming up with a post-college plan. Next you’ll find the best blogs surrounding women’s rights, advice for when to drop a course, advice for using the college library, campus tour advice, best books for presidential history buffs, note-taking tips, dorm room cleaning tips, workout tips, must-see photographs, and advice on attending office hours. After that is nap advice, roommate etiquette, books on the food industry, finding a work study, getting ready for the SAT, new years resolution recommendations, best blogs for classical music, social networking with your prof, improving test scores and memorizing info.
Next there are 20 essential african-american writers, benefits of underestimated majors, the importance of your best friend, winter break advice, stats on grad degree holders, essay tips, cooking ideas, health services, best blogs for school counselors and transfer advice. After this page is advice for disabled students, what to bring to college, essential asian-american literature, running for student government, dangers of downloading, handing group projects, great lawyers for law students to study, emailing your professor, creating study groups and staying focused. Following this is great films for med students, a word against tardiness, appealing a grade, saving money, ethics blogs for science students, dorm room storage ideas, how to deal with falling grades, more group project advice, essential works of holocaust literature and news on eReaders. From there you’ll find campus aesthetics, odd essay questions and how they challenge the mind, unusual rituals of amazing writers, office etiquette, cubicle enhancements, questions to ask at job interviews, the best art history blogs, scholarships for military officials, news about funding for a nurse-run clinic and updates on online schools offering more specialized degrees.
Many students find themselves compelled to learn more about the social sciences because of their broad, interdisciplinary nature.
Considering its multidisciplinary status, many students adore taking up anthropology as a major.
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By Jamie Davis Being enrolled in an online class means that you will be required to log on a computer for several hours throughout the day and have access to [...]
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From across the community, speakers from myriad backgrounds expound upon the stranger corners of the mind and behavior.
Here are some of the best art history blogs out there that are sure to inspire your studies and may even spark a new research project, trip or exhibit.
Many individuals who are interested in earning a degree at a traditional or online college find the application process to be tedious and nerve-wracking. Administrators use the submissions to determine [...]
Survivors and witnesses alike took to writing about their experience with the hopes of educating the populace on the terrifying human toll such actions truly take.
For the more independent-minded student, sometimes working in groups can be real off putting. Especially because you don't want to be paired up with a bunch of slackers and end [...]