Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Tips On Higher Education

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Seamless qualification is the best option to avail. It allows you to progress smoothly through the qualification levels without facing any hectic schedule. Rather than going for a low-level course at some kind of a VET institute, Justin Urbas suggest going with seamless qualification program. This program will allow the candidate to enroll for a specially designed degree program through certain qualification levels without the need for any transfer.
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Sunday, November 11, 2018

College Interview Questions - You Should Be Prepared Of Answering

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If a college uses interviews as part of the application process, it is because the school has holistic admissions. Most college interview questions are meant to help you and the interviewer find out if the college is a good match for you. Rarely will you get a question that puts you on the spot or tries to make you feel stupid. Remember, the college is also trying to make a good impression, and wants to get to know you as a person.

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Monday, January 22, 2018

Dismissed from College? Tips for an In-Person Appeal.

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If you've been dismissed or suspended from college for poor academic performance, you should appeal in person if given the opportunity. Unlike an appeal letter, an in-person appeal allows the scholastic standards committee to ask you questions and get a fuller sense of the issues leading up to your dismissal. Even if you know you will be nervous, an in-person appeal is usually your best bet. A shaky voice and even tears aren't going to hurt your appeal. In fact, they show that you care.

That said, an in-person appeal can turn sour when the student makes some missteps. The tips below can help guide you so that you have the best chance of being readmitted.

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Thursday, January 11, 2018

Take a Look at These Simple but Effective Tips for Higher Education.

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Gaining quality higher education is one of the main focuses of one’s life, and determines one’s future prospects. Enrolling in the right course is important, but it is not all. A student must always be focused and driven, to make the most of available opportunities. Regardless of which direction you choose, taking the right decisions for higher education is quite important. Education consultant David Justin Urbas has some simple higher education tips that can be implemented by students. 

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Monday, December 4, 2017

4 Easy Steps to Setting Your Life Goals

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“What are your life goals?” is one of those questions that can put people in an uncomfortable position pretty quickly. Most answer this question by laughing it off and responding with something like “eating pizza with no pants on while watching Netflix - that’s what I really want.”

The thing is, nobody wants to take the time to write down their life goals. People live busy lives, and when they do have the time, they’d rather kick it in front of the TV or lay on the couch playing with their phones.

From personal experience - take the time, it makes a world of difference.

What exactly are life goals? Simply put, they’re the things you would like to accomplish in your life. Life goals are the big things to work for and accomplish such as getting married and having a family, starting your own business, becoming a big-time executive, or traveling the globe. Life goals are essentially everything you want to do in life before passing on. They’re the stuff people remember you by when you are no longer around.

Why are goals so important? Setting goals gives you purpose, and they help you to guide your life. Think of life goals as your North Star. They’ll guide you where you want to go, but it’s still on you to choose the path to get there.

Now that you’ve got a better understanding of what life goals are, let’s talk about how to set and start working towards them.

Setting life goals in 30 minutes or less

Most people already have a decent idea of what they truly want in life, they just haven’t taken the time to write it down. If that’s you, great. If you have no clue what you want, that’s okay too, I’ll walk you through it.

Even if you’ve already gone through a similar exercise as I’m about to describe, try not to brush off the following activity just yet. Maybe it’s been a while and some of your goals have changed. Maybe there’s a few more things you really want that eluded you before. It may be worth it to go through and rework your plan a bit.

Let’s dive in.

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

8 Higher Education Tips For Achieving Your Goals.

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Higher education plays a huge role in defining one’s future professional aspirations. It is one of the most important phases in one’s life. A wrong decision regarding higher education might cost students financially, and halt their ambitions. Here are some integral higher education tips from renowned education consultant David Justin Urbas. These can help you get success through your higher education efforts.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Higher Education and Early College: 6 tips to partnering for success.

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A high school and higher education partnership is essential for a successful early college high school. Here are 6 tips for getting starting on forming that relationship:

First and foremost, you need to believe, really believe, that first generation students – high school students – can be successful in the types of learning experiences your institution offers, given the right conditions and support.

Think local. When it comes to growing your own student body, look no further than your own backyard. How much do you invest traveling the nation or the globe seeking new students only to have them graduate and return home? Would your organization and your community actually see a greater benefit if you began to attract and retain local students? What can you do to expand your base of students by opening the doors to those young people in the neighborhood surrounding your campus whose families may not have higher education in their past experience?

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