Extracting Value from Extracurriculars

At the tail-end of high-school, many of my peers decided grade 12 was the time to make extracurricular commitments.

University and college admissions would be looking for community involvement...

Scholarship judges and committees would be be looking for leaders...

Award...

How to Master Multiple Choice Exams

Some students love multiple choice questions, others hate them. Whether you like multiple choice or not, it tends to be commonly used on high school and university test and exams. Keep on reading for 6 strategies to help you master...

NASA’s Discovery

Planetary systems are complex and interesting things. They are composed of stars, planets orbiting around the stars, moons orbiting around planets, asteroid belts, dust and rocks, and more. If the planets are too close to the star, it is...

A Mid-Semester Morning’s Ennui

At this point in the term, you are probably hitting a wall.

You may have missed a few classes...or weeks of classes.

You may have missed a handful of assignments...a couple of tutorials perhaps.

You may even be re-thinking your...

The Pathway to Success: Setting Goals

We all have goals in life, whether they are short-term, long-term, small or big. Setting effective goals will lay out a plan of action for turning our dreams into reality. Keep on reading for 3 tips on how...

Pink Shirt Day

Today is Pink Shirt Day. It is an awareness day about bullying; to start conversations, to show support for those who experience / have experienced bullying, and, to take a stand against bullying.

The history around this day is...

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