“Okay class, I want you to form into groups now…” are quite possibly the most loathed words to come out of a professor’s mouth, next to announcing a pop quiz. Not a fan of group projects? Here are some tips to help smoothen the process.
Like the majority of undergrads, my eventual bachelor’s degree doesn’t have a pre-determined career attached to it. I’m not one of the lucky ones who has known what they wanted to do for the rest of their lives since they were five years old. In fact, the direction of my career path just changed last week…
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Let’s face it; being a university student today is expensive. Not only does your student loan debt pile up with ridiculous tuition fees, but you always find your wallet emptying on inevitable expenses.