Best ACT Prep Books

This is a post about the best books to help you to get all set for the ACT test. The ACT test is a standardized testing method to produce an objective assessment of the knowledge and skills of the test taker. You can also say that the ACT test measures a test taker’s ability to process new … Read more

RateMyProfessor-Stay Safe & Don’t Blow Your Cover

How safe are you when you leave a negative (but honest) review on the website (RMP)? We’ve been gathering some good pretty good tips from moderators at RateMyProfessor and students who use this website. Just read on find out what you should avoid and how you can use it optimally. Generally, there’s no need to be worried … Read more

Kaplan Nursing

Through the years, Kaplan University has also helped tens of thousands of students advance their nursing careers. Kaplan offers Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing programs as well as a Doctor of Nursing Practice program. All programs are delivered by highly experienced practitioners and are meeting every employer’s requirements. Kaplan’s flexible programs are geared … Read more

Physicians and career questions

Testing out career alternatives One great strength of clinical education during medical school is allowing students to experience some proxy of what life might be like as, say, a general surgeon or pediatrician. The older we get, the higher the stakes in making a career transition, but the harder it is to acquire those proxy … Read more

Why do foreign students come to America to study?

The Institute of International Education (IIE) has stated that around one million international students are coming to the U.S. to study every year, contributing almost $31 billion to the American economy (academic year 2015/16). Many students from abroad have a part-time job to help fund their education. Ever since 1919, the IIE has been conducting a census of … Read more

Amazing First Ladies of The USA

Martha Washington Martha was married to George Washington, the first president of the United States. Martha was born Dandridge and is considered the first First Lady of the United States though that title did not exist yet in her days. After George’s inauguration in 1789. Martha assumed responsibility to arrange social parties and events at the … Read more