It’s the end of 8th grade and life is good! You have great friends, great grades, and you like the high school you’ve chosen. Everything is going well, but now is NOT the time to relax! In fact, it’s the
If there was one thing I would recommend to younger students, it would be to plan everything ahead of schedule, and I mean everything. Sure, in high
school, it’s easy to be reminded of all your responsibilities when your
The rules of accent marking are not often taught in introductory Spanish, but it’s helpful to understand them, and they are actually quite straightforward. Learning the rules will help you understand why accents are present where they are and
I was in major violation of this offense in high school- a poor study area! I would study on my bed for hours with eraser shavings ending up under my sheets and stains on my papers from afternoon snacks. Even
When the New Year rolls around, many people create resolutions. Some people have reading goals, others have fitness goals, and some have sleep goals in mind. Across the board, we fail to keep these goals. Why is that?
I can still think back to sophomore year of high school and blankly starring at a seemingly never-ending list of polyatomic ions and wondering how I was ever going to remember all their charges, names, and elemental make-ups. However, no
Writing is first and foremost a means of communication. Whether you’re working on a college essay, a school paper, or anything else, you want the style to enhance (not distract from) the content. You know not to turn in essays
When you are given a daunting substitution or elimination problem on the SAT or the ISEE, it can take more than its fair share of your valuable time, and put you in a serious time crunch. When it comes to
Geometry requires a lot of big picture thinking that is based on previous Algebra 1 knowledge. Luckily, many of the details of Algebra 1 are unnecessary in Geometry. Instead, Geometry provides the reason for algebraic concepts in a visual manner.