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    Achieve Internship Success

    Achieve Internship Success
    Believe it or not, interviewing (and obtaining) an internship can be a completely different process from a typical job search. Internships are highly competitive and, often, your first impression matters more than your actual experience. After all, the point of an internship is usually to gain experience. MonsterCollege can help you prepare and conquer your internship from start to finish. Whether ...
    Published 16 days ago | Rate This
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    How to Balance School and a Full Time Job

    How to Balance School and a Full Time Job
    The alarm goes off at 5:30 am, and you could swear you went to sleep five minutes ago. First a quick shower, followed by the finishing touches on that homework assignment due tonight over coffee and breakfast — if there’s time. Then it’s off to work, a solid eight-plus hours of time where you’re busy with reports, meetings and other assorted ...
    Published 16 days ago | Rate This
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    Start Your Summer Internship Search Now

    Start Your Summer Internship Search Now
    Believe it or not, summer internship application deadlines are already passing you by, and if you’re looking for an opportunity that is a little more competitive, you need to start your applications ASAP. Here are four places to start your internship search right now: MonsterCollege Not to toot our own horn but MonsterCollege is a great place to start your internship ...
    Published 16 days ago | Rated: +21
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    6 Tips to Turn an Internship into a Job

    6 Tips to Turn an Internship into a Job
    So, you're interning this summer. But as great as that looks on your resume, you're ready for a full time job. One that pays a real living wage and offers health insurance! If you’re hoping to turn your internship into a full time job, there are some things you can do to make it happen. The over arching theme, if you ...
    Published 17 days ago | Rated: +3
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    10 Ways to Stand Out at Your Internship

    10 Ways to Stand Out at Your Internship
    While taking on an internship, it’s easy to blend into the background. Mundane tasks aside, many interns face the unique challenge of maintaining a memorable presence to their employers. After all, the whole point of the internship is to gain job experience and to try to gain some contacts within one’s given field, which will hopefully lead to some eventual job ...
    Published 17 days ago | Rated: +25
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    Tools for Your Future

    Tools for Your Future
    College is an exciting time, but it can sometimes be scary too. It’s daunting to make decisions now that will affect the rest of your life. Namely, what do I study now to be able to survive and thrive later on in life? While there are no set answers, there are tools to help students make well informed decisions about the ...
    Published 17 days ago | Rated: +15
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    Common Internship Mistakes

    Common Internship Mistakes
    For many, an internship is the first real job experience--don't screw it up. Avoid making these mistakes as you apply and interview for internship opportunities. Not caring. You live in the here and now. It's hard enough to think ahead four months to final exams let alone to a future career. Internships should be regarded as the cornerstone to the job ...
    Published 20 days ago | Rate This
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    The Perfect Internship

    The Perfect Internship
    Do you know what to look for in an internship? An internship is a useful experience that can show you what a career in a particular field will look like and if you’re suited for that field. Think about it: how else will you know if that’s what you want to do with your life? An internship is a great way ...
    Published 21 days ago | Rate This
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    Do You Need an Internship to Get a Real Job?

    Do You Need an Internship to Get a Real Job?
    If you’re looking for a yes or no answer, the response is, “Yes, you need an internship to get a job after college.” While that hasn’t always been the case, employers today are expecting college students to graduate with work experience already under their belt – and not just any type of work experience either. Employers want to see an internship. ...
    Published 21 days ago | Rate This
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    Steps to Success

    Steps to Success
    The entire goal of graduating from college, at least for most students, is to land a great job. Sounds easy, right? Unfortunately, most students know that the ideal situation of having a job upon graduation is more often the exception than the rule. Getting through college is half the battle – and it’s something all students need to keep in mind. ...
    Published 10 months ago | Rated: +25
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    Updates to the GRE Program

    Updates to the GRE Program
    Thanks to changes made a few years ago, the GRE® is helping more test-takers achieve the results they want. In July of 2013, the GRE® Program made it possible to retake the test in as little as 21 days after the first test and five times within a continuous year. The GRE® revised General Test is available at nearly 1,000 test ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rate This
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    Know Your Grad School Exams

    Know Your Grad School Exams
    Most students who pursue graduate school must first take one of the following tests: LSAT, MCAT, GMAT or GRE. The required test depends on the type of grad school students plan to attend. Consult your prospective school to find out which test you should take. Learn more about each of the tests: LSAT (Law School Admissions Test) Required for: Law school ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rate This
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    Beyond the CLEP: More Options for Life Experience Credit

    Beyond the CLEP: More Options for Life Experience Credit
    If you are a returning student, a shortage of time and money might prohibit you from enrolling in college full time. However, you can gain college credit for what you already know by taking one of several exams that test your knowledge in a particular subject. While the best known credit-by-examination program is the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), there are three ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rate This
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    What Your GRE Score Means

    What Your GRE Score Means
    A month after taking the GRE, what I remember most is the GR part. (“Grrrrr” n. 1. exclamation indicating extreme frustration, 2. sound a bear makes.) You see, I’ve gotten my scores. I’m in the 91st percentile on verbal, which means only 9 percent of this year’s test takers scored higher than me. (I am also in the 91st percentile for ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rate This
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    GRE Strategy: Overview

    GRE Strategy: Overview
    After the SAT you may have uttered, "Glad I never have to go through THAT again!" But, if you plan to attend graduate school, you'll experience much of that same test-taking anxiety again. Most graduate school programs require a Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) score. And, just like when you applied to college the first time around, scoring well on this test ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rate This
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    Earn Your MBA from Home through Online Programs

    Earn Your MBA from Home through Online Programs
    You could live in an extremely rural area, or maybe you have five kids and a job that keeps you at your desk until 7 p.m. every night. Or perhaps you're on the road five days a week. You want to get ahead and know a master's of business administration (MBA) degree could be the ticket, but for one reason or ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rate This
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    12 Grad School Survival Tips

    12 Grad School Survival Tips
    Ah, graduate school. What a completely unique experience - or so they say. Because, the truth is, when you're a grad student, nobody really gets you, right? Wrong! We do! Not only do we know what you're going through, but we want to help you get through it, too. It's pretty scary in graduate school, too. It's basically, like, sink or ...
    Published almost 3 years ago | Rated: +27
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    You Have Student Loan Debt - Now What?

    You Have Student Loan Debt - Now What?
    When you first apply for financial aid for college, you may feel like student loans are a great option. The idea of paying back the loans seems like a distant reality. Surely, you will be able to pay the loans back without any problems, right? After graduation the truth sets in. Depending on how much money you borrowed while in school, ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +17
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    20 Rules for Grad Students to Live By

    20 Rules for Grad Students to Live By
    Nobody can give you a guide on how to live your life or a step-by-step manual on how to accomplish the things you strive for. People can, however, make suggestions on how to go about your life and approach situations. Maybe they don’t all apply to your particular situation, but it’s helpful to take a step back one in a while ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +17
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    A Balancing Act: School & the Scholarship Search

    A Balancing Act: School & the Scholarship Search
    If you’re a student, you probably feel conflicted between your scholarship search and the responsibilities of school. On top of attending classes, you likely have responsibilities like extracurricular activities, volunteering, homework and, not to mention, you probably want a little time left over for some sort of social life. Plus, if you’re a high school student, you are expected to study ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +16