How to set SMART goals

The next time you set goals for yourself in school, follow this: S: Specific M: Measurable A: Achievable R: Relevant T: Time bound Specific: When it comes to goal setting, you need to be specific. You can’t just set a broad goal for yourself and hope to achieve it without being specific on exactly what [...]

November 17th, 2016|Mathematics|

Donald Trump and the 2016 Election

The 2016 Presidential election goes down as one of the strangest election in American History. It marks the first time that a non-politician or somebody that never served in government was elected to the highest office in the United States government. A madman, a sexist, and a racist was elected the President of the United [...]

November 15th, 2016|Mathematics|

There are so many sections available for my course, which section should I enroll in?

This importance of this decision is often dismissed because students generally think that it doesn’t matter because the outcome of the course will be the same as every section will cover the same materials. Wrong! This is a very important decision and upon conducting a study from our First Class Assignment Statisticians, 71% of students [...]

November 14th, 2016|Mathematics|

How to Better Prepare For Your Final Exams

It is now almost December 2016 and final exams are just around the corner! Students face tremendous pressure when it comes to final exams because it is their last shot to either increase or maintain their grades. Not to mention, final exam weights range from 25% to 50% of the final mark! This is very [...]

November 12th, 2016|Mathematics|

The Struggles and the Truth about Success

We live in a society where we tend to think we will become successful by going to school, graduate, coming out with a job that pays a decent salary, and that determines success. Wrong. In order to achieve success, you must overcome all the obstacles that get in your way. This is no easy task [...]

November 11th, 2016|Mathematics|

How to Tackle Case Questions Properly

When it comes to case writing, many students score poorly. It is something that all students fear about whether these case questions are on their exams, assignments, or projects. So why it is that students fear about cases the most? Simple answer, it is difficult to integrate all the facts in the case to see [...]

November 10th, 2016|Mathematics|

Resumes are Outdated

We are in the digital age, the age of big data where you want all the information about anything you can get it with a click of the fingers. So why does the talent acquisition process of majority of the company’s circle around an 8.3 inch by 11.7-inch piece of paper called the resume. The [...]

November 8th, 2016|Mathematics|

The HOTTEST debate students encounter: College or University?

This is a problem that all students encounter in their lives. With immense amount of information out there that students need to take in, what is the correct decision? It’s difficult to do a thorough analysis but this blog can definitely help you! Risk vs. Rewards Tuition fee is definitely lower in college which is [...]

October 27th, 2016|Mathematics|

How to Get Into an Accounting Firm for Accounting Major Students

Year after year, students talk and ask others on what to do to get into accounting firms. There are approximately 200,000 accounting graduates every year across the country with only a few positions available for each of the big named firms such as PwC, Deloitte, KMPG, and EY. What are your chances? You tell me. [...]

October 25th, 2016|Mathematics|

Personal Experience: The Transition from High School to University

When I first started my year 1 in university, I thought I made it. I thought that by being a university student, the road to achieving my dreams were extremely close. All I had to do was graduate. However, little did I know that this was the start to all my struggles. The transition to [...]

October 24th, 2016|Mathematics|