Monthly Archives: January 2017

Reading Strategies for the GRE

By Pamela Hong Remember taking the SATs and/or ACTs before applying to college for your undergraduate degree? Did you stress profusely for a few weeks, and then felt utterly hopeless once you got a subpar score back after trying your … Continue reading

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Looking Past the First 10 Results: Tips for Filtering Sources Effectively

By Isabella Comin You have an assignments that requires you to use 8-10 sources. You’re probably thinking, “Do I really need 8-10 different people to tell me I’m right?” Well, as it turns out, you do. And who you recruit to … Continue reading

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Five Steps to Transition from High School to College Writing

By Jordan Dynes Imagine this: it’s your first day of college. You’re enjoying yourself and making tons of new friends. Then, on the very first day, your professor assigns an essay. You don’t sweat it because you aced all of … Continue reading

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Moving Away from the Five Paragraph Formula through Expansion

By Scout Garrison If you went to high school, chances are you’ve written five paragraph essays, especially if you participated in any sort of AP course. Many of us simply adopted this format of writing for convenience. If we followed … Continue reading

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