Imagine waking up every day to learn: what you want to learn, what you chose to learn.
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Do you want to be a scientist? A musician? Have you dreamed of studying history or would you rather create computer software? Many schools ask you to identify your preferred area of study when you apply. Most students change their major by the end of their sophomore year, but choosing a major or area of interest beforehand saves time and money in college.
The hardest part about high school is usually figuring out how to make time for everything. Academics normally take priority and the study skills we develop in high school influence how we
Many students approach Synocate and ask if they can get assistance transferring colleges. Transferring is a unique process that varies tremendously based on college, region, and student major. In this article, we will address a framework to help students decide if they should transfer, how to transfer, and what to expect in the process.
For many of you, you are still choosing your major. But for some of you, you are even considering double or even triple majoring! One can graduate from college within three years by completing one major, but many students still opt to double or even triple major instead. How does majoring in more than one subject actually work?
When it comes to college majors, there are two types of students: students who have no idea what they want to do with their major, and liars.