As a student, you’re probably already noticing how many universities you can choose from. So how on earth can you get through the pile of options and find the one for you? Here are some tips for students to find the right college for them. Look closely at the courses Although most universities will offer you the same subjects, their individual modules are likely to be very different. So while one university’s English degree involves teaching you nothing but Shakespeare, another could focus on just Harry Potter and Twilight. Curriculum Look for the schools that offer the right courses and facilities offered for the kinds of studies you want to undertake. If you’re not sure yet, look for a school with a broad-based liberal-arts program. If you want science, make sure they have up-to-date labs, computers and other facilities.   Location Decide where you want to go to college. If you need to live at home or just want to be near at your home or if you want to live in a big city with all its other attractions, limit your scope to that area. Look at the rankings Some universities will open more doors than others. If you’re looking for a prestigious school, or even just one that is really fantastic in a certain subject area, it’s a good idea to check out their rankings to find out who’s the cream of the crop and who should be at the bottom of your options. Size If you think you might be overwhelmed at a large university, look for a school with a smaller number of students. But remember, even at a larger school, after your first couple of years, classroom size gets smaller and you get to know the students in your major area of study. Sports and Activities A rich social life is an important part of college. Find out if the school you’re interested in has clubs or other organizations you can participate in. If you like big-time athletics, make sure your college has the teams in the sports you want to watch or intramural programs you can play in.

Ask other students Want to find out what the university is really like? Then there’s no one better to ask than current students – after all, they’re living it right now. They’ll be honest about what’s great, what sucks and whether it’s worth going to.

Cost Find out what the tuition, fees, room and board charges will be at your choices. You can also find out what the average student pays after financial assistance is factored in. The results can be surprising.




Math is a subject that is a necessary subject for every student from all levels Some students find it very easy but for others, it is not. There is always a general method of visualizing, approaching and solving math problems that may help you to solve even the most difficult problem. Listed below are some tips and these strategies can also help you to improve your math skills overall. 

The more you practice answering maths problems, the better. Each problem has its own characteristics and it’s important to have solved it in numerous ways before tackling the exam.

Understand the key concepts
It is very important to have a firm understanding of the key concepts. Do not memorize the concepts internalize it. This will help you understand how you should approach such problems in the future.

Review Errors
It is very important to work through the process for each solution.  Try to understand how you approached the problem and where you went wrong is a great way of becoming stronger and avoiding the same mistakes in the future. If your answer is wrong you should review them and understand where your problem-solving skills let you down.

Understand your doubts
It’s common for many students to skip this question and continue on to the next. You should avoid doing this and instead spend time trying to understand the process of solving the problem. Do not be contented of not understanding that type of problem, have that eagerness to solve the problem. Mathematics requires time and patience to master.

Create your own math dictionary
Try listing down the all the concepts, terminology and definitions you need to know. Or you can make flash cards for you to easily internalize it. You should also their meanings, some key points and even some sample answers so you can consult them at any time

You can use that particular problem in everyday life to predict the outcome of something happening and determine whether you want to take a risk or not. Try relating it to real-world problems when approaching math problems for you to be related to the problem.

Distraction Free Study Environment

Mathematics requires more concentration than any other. Having suitable background music can foster an environment of maximum concentration. Studying with music can help create a relaxing atmosphere and stimulate the flow of information.



As a student we face different difficulties in school. Sometimes we just tend to give up on something. As a student we always need an inspiration to success in the future. Listed below are some motivational quotes that might help you and motivate you with your studies.

“Learning is not a spectator sport.”
-D. Blocher

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”

“Do not wait to strike till the iron is hot; but make it hot by striking.”
—William Butler Yeats

“It is wiser to find out than to suppose.”
—Mark Twain

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.”
—Albert Einstein

“The purpose of learning is growth, and our minds, unlike our bodies, can continue growing as long as we live.”
—Mortimer Adler

“The best way to predict your future is to create it.”
—Abraham Lincoln

“Be a student as long as you still have something to learn, and this will mean all your life.”
—Henry L. Doherty

“Education is what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten.”
—B. F. Skinner

“I think, therefore I am. (Cogito, ergo sum.)”
—René Descartes



Have you experienced bullying? Is it terrible right? But  I know and you know you can stop a bully. Here several tips to prevent bullying.

    If you want to prevent bullies targeting you, develop your confidence in the public. Stand tall have an eye contact with people. Though developing true confidence can take a long time, making the effort can put you on the path to being less likely to be bullied.
    You can tell your friends about your situation they might help you. And if you have an older friend or even an older sibling you can walk with, that will also scare the bully off.
    If a bully comes to you, don’t be afraid defend yourself. Stand tall This may make the bully think that you’re not a good target because you’re too strong.
    Be brave enough to face what you fear. It’s best to be on your guard and to be prepared for anything when you’re being bothered by a bully.
    Simply avoid places where the bully is likely to be.
  • Tell an adult or Authority Figure
    If the bullying has gotten out of control, or even if you’ve had just one really horrible experience with a bully, it’s never too soon to tell your parents, your teachers, or someone else at your school or in your community.


6 Tips on Choosing the right course in college

6 Tips on Choosing the right course in college

Having some hard time choosing the right course for you? Here are some tips that might help you

  1.  Why do you need that course? Ask that question for yourself. Choose a course that will improve your existing skill set. Try discussing your course at your peers this might help you.
  2. Consider your future. Know the demand of your career at the future.
  3. Choose what you really want.  Decide for yourself, choose what you want. Don’t pick a course you don’t want you’ll regret it. And especially choose what really fits you
  4. Reality check. Do you afford it? Do you afford the cost of living?
  5. Focus on the detail. Understand your course thoroughly before you sign up
  6. Choose a course that fits your study style.  If you cant afford to stay at night just to pass requirements avoid courses that doesn’t fit your study style. Or if you want a challenge choose a course that will take you out at your comfort zone.


Mia Golosino has an IQ level which is higher than Einstein’s.

Mia Golosino has an IQ level which is higher than Einstein’s.

Despite having an IQ higher than Einstein, a young girl was not accepted at Aylesbury High School.

One of the most intelligent children in the world, Mia Golosino has set her heart that she will be going to the school in September, travelling in from her home in Milton Keynes.

Despite graduating with flying colors, Mia was turned down for Aylesbury High School when allocation letters were sent out earlier this year. Because of that, she decided to attend the Royal Latin School in Buckingham instead.

Her parents, IT manager Jose and full-time mum Mary were amazed to find that Mia scored the highest possible mark of 162 IQ – more than Albert Einstein.

The Aylesbury High School told the parents that the refusal was due to the school being oversubscribed. Also, it could be another reason that her siblings already attending the school.

Headteacher Alan Rosen said that “In common with all state schools, we publish our admission criteria on our website, and encourage all would-be applicants to study them to see who will be admitted in the event of over-subscription.

We do not, as some people might assume, give priority to the highest-scoring qualified pupils; in terms of the transfer test, all that matters is that a pupil has achieved the qualifying score, and that is a principle that is common across Buckinghamshire Grammar Schools.

From the qualified pupils, the main criteria give priority to those with siblings at either AGS or AHS, those in receipt of Free School Meals and within our catchment area, and then all others who are in catchment on the basis of the distance from their home.

We then take qualified pupils from outside our catchment area, and they are also admitted on home-to-school distance.

This means that every year we take all qualified applicants up to a certain radius; the distance is published on the Bucks CC website for all over-subscribed secondary schools, not just the grammar schools.

We are always happy to answer questions about the admission system for our school, and work with all Bucks Grammar Schools, primary schools and Bucks CC to ensure that the transfer process is as clear and joined-up as we can make it.”

Jose and Mary migrated to Milton Keynes after uprooting from the Philippines 10 years ago, have asked for Mia’s story to be shared to inspire other youngsters.

Jose added, “We thought it might inspire other families’ kids who did not get into their preferred school.”