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Time Management 101

The biggest adjustment from high school to college has to be time management. In high school, you’re in school for eight hours a day, participating in extracurricular activities, and you still have to eat and do homework. You barely have time to think on this busy schedule, and everything has a set time for when it gets done. When you get into college, you suddenly have more free time than you know what to do with. This may seem like a good thing, but free time is actually a double-edged …

Posted by Dave Pasquini in Skills for Success on Friday September 27 at 01:25PM
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Grad School Jitters

You always hear the old cliché that time flies, but you never really believe it until it actually hits you. It feels like just yesterday I was starting my college experience. Now, it’s my senior year and I’m starting graduate school. It’s hard to believe that in a year I’ll be finishing up with my schooling and getting into the nitty gritty of real adult life. It’s honestly a little scary how fast time is moving and grad school is more than a little …

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Making it Easier to Achieve

The Speech-Language Pathology program at Misericordia is one of the finest in the nation. It’s fast-track 5-year program is perfect for the student looking to get out into the field as soon as possible. The program also takes the stress out of applying for graduate school. Classes start almost right away, so you don’t have to worry about finishing your core classes before you actually start your major. The classwork can get overwhelming, but if you take a step back to breathe and stay on top of …

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