Most students know how stressful and demanding it can be to study for an exam. We often find ourselves spending hour after hour in front of the computer studying and memorizing our notes. And sometimes it feels like the hours pass by and nothing gets done. At this point it is more than time to take a break from our studies. By taking a break you will provide your brain with new energy which will lead to more efficiency and creativity.
If your university gives you an opportunity to join a club or a society and you are not taking it – then what are you doing? Many universities provide student with a chance to join many societies related to course, networking, sports and many more. Some are faculty led, however most are created and led by students themselves – for the target audience provided by the target audience itself!
Today, with so many resources and networking opportunities available, the interest in the startups is at an all time high. Some of the most famous companies have been started by university students – Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Reddit. While thinking about running your own startup is an exciting idea, we need to remember that it is not that simple – so we are here to remind you what to think about when starting a startup!
How are you all handling the quarantine rules? Being a student often means living in a very compact space. Sitting alone in a tiny room can be challenging, spending a lot of time with yourself. I talked to a student that has been spending a lot of time alone in a 20 square feet apartment.
Do you know what you want to do after your studies? Maybe you do, or you don’t have a clue. The good news is that there is no wrong answer to this question. Being a student means that you’re still learning, and the best way to is to try. Attending competitions can help you find your dream job, get in contact with future employers, or maybe help find out what you definitely don’t want to do.
As a student, you have to struggle with deadlines, and it sometimes feels like your brain freezes and the document isn’t getting fuller with text. Some people like to listen to music while they’re fighting the time, some like it quiet, and then some people listen to the Mario Kart soundtrack. Where did I see this? The answer is TikTok. The app is everywhere. You can say whatever you want about it, but it definitely has some exciting content.
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5 Free Creative Tools

Sometimes you just feel a bit extra; why not show it in your text messages? With Fonts, you’re able to download cool fonts to your keyboard. What the font – https://apps.apple.com/us/app/whatthefont/id304304134  Have you ever seen a font and wonder what it’s called? This app will help you identify them! Grammarly – https://apps.apple.com/us/app/grammarly-keyboard-editor/id1158877342 If you’re a writer like me, spell-check, tone, and formality is essential. Grammarly will be your right hand; just add it to your

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All the single students, put your hands up!

My first question is, do you think being a student and being single goes hand in hand? Yeah, it’s more fun that way. Many people in my class were in a relationship at the beginning of school. But then every one broke up with their partner during the first year. Which one do you prefer, start the conversation on a dating app or face to face? I prefer dating face to face. Like, when you’re

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How to get through your studies with minimal sleep

You want to do it all, and you should. But you also need your sleep to function. Students often become night owls and adapt the same sleeping scheme as a kid that just hit puberty. By that, I mean going to bed late and getting out of bed late.  So, first of all, you need to have more empathy for yourself. Accept that your brain works better later in the day, don’t try to fool

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Free tools for your studies

Here are some apps that hopefully will help you to achieve your goals: SPACE – https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/space-break-phone-addiction/id916126783 Space will help you find a balanced relationship with your phone. It blocks all of the stuff that easily keeps you from studying. Like, your social media and websites. 2. SOONIt’s essential to have something to look forward to, and it doesn’t have to be big things. It could be a new restaurant you want to try, a boom

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Working out from home

It’s possible to stay in shape during this pandemic. The winning recipe is not to complicate things even if you have a small space, zero equipment, and very little time. A very remarkable thing is bodyweight workouts!  If you have a couple of minutes to spare, move around some stuff in your apartment to start your workout. I prefer to watch a youtube video when I’m not feeling so inventive myself. I’m going to link

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Create your space

The first thing you should do is to pick a place. Maybe by a window so you can get some rays of sunshine on your face, or in a corner where no sunshine can find you because it bothers you like crazy when the sun reflects on your screen. The choice is yours!  The second step is to take control of your place. This is a lot easier if you’re living on your own, but

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Oh, sweet pyjama of mine.

A new study shows that working from home in your pyjamas during this pandemic does not lower your productivity. But, it could be linked to poorer mental health. This study was made by the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, together with the University of Technology Sydney, and the University of Sydney. They noted that 41 percent of the respondents said they experienced increased productivity while working from home. So that’s good news! One inspiring example

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Choosing the Right Stream & Courses

So, you are prepping up for your class 10 board exams. Here’s wishing you all the best for the first big test in your life. You have to do well in it so that you can choose your favourite stream for further studies. The subjects you study in class 12 determine your career in the future. In order to choose your favourite stream, you have to perform at your best in class 10 board exams.

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Top CV making sites for Students

1 Your CV Builder               This site allows you to list all your academic achievements, extracurricular activities, and skills in a very professional way. You can also attach any of your certificates of achievements along with your CV. It also has a huge collection of CV templates to choose from, which allows you to give a more professional as well as attractive look to your CV. Although the site doesn’t have an online network, you can extract

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5 Reasons You Should Participate In A Student Competition

Learning, learning, learning The main reason to compete is that you learn a great deal by participating in a competition. A student competition is a great setting to learn in, failure does not bear any severe consequences and you can measure your skills in the subject against others, in a fail-safe environment. When producing your contribution, you dig deep down into a subject and become better at it – and it‘s fun! By participating in

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Top 5 Apps For You To Use While Being A Student

Math Alarm Clock – Wake up!  Getting up in the morning is not always easy. Especially if the night before was wildly celebrated. But there is a solution for sleepyheads: The Math Alarm Clock App! In order to turn off the alarm, a mathematical task has to be solved. And the alarm does not stop until the problem has been solved correctly. But do not worry, these are simple math problems. Download here for Android

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Top 10 Reasons to Challenge Yourself

Why should we challenge ourselves? By doing so, we are able to…  #1 Grow as an individual  It all starts with you. By competing, you are able to discover more about yourself and what you are good at, improve your knowledge and skills in familiar topics and learn more about things that you are not as good at. You will also be able to grow as a person when you engage in introspective thinking, be

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