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TeenHelp January 23rd 2021 06:04 PM
10 Important Driving Lessons for Your New Teen Driver Learning to drive is exciting. For most teens, it is something they wait for and anticipate for years. For parents, however, the situation can be nerve-wracking. While this is true, you can share some tips and lessons with a teen driver to help ensure they remain safe while behind the wheel and avoid being involved in car accidents. While teaching your teen to drive is challenging, you can ease the situation's stress by teaching...
cynefin August 12th 2019 11:55 AM

cynefin November 3rd 2018 01:34 PM
The three common types of learners By Cassie (cynefin) Whether you’re in middle school, high school, or beyond, learning and retaining the information you’ve learned can feel difficult, if not impossible at times in your school career. You learn a lot of new material and it can be hard for your brain to file it all away for future reference. This article is going to discuss the different types of learners and their characteristics. It will also have you ask yourself ...
TeenHelp January 1st 2018 07:17 PM
Coping with stress while in school By Dez (Onism.) and Cassie (cynefin) Going to school can be a stressful time but it is important that you find ways to reduce or eliminate some of this stress so you can stay healthy and happy. This article discusses some of the ways you can reduce some of the school-related stress in your life. Eliminating stress There are many things you can do to reduce the overall amount of stress you are feeling.
TeenHelp June 3rd 2017 01:29 PM
Finding an Internship By Dez (~*Just Keep Swimming~*) An internship is a program where a college student is able to work in their field while still attending school in order to gain more experience in their field. During an internship the student is able to learn about their field from a supervisor who has a number of years of experience. An internship is sometimes required by the college the student attends. In other cases, the student may voluntarily decide to complete an...
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TeenHelp February 6th 2016 09:34 PM
Commonly confused words and phrases By Dez (Epiphany.) and Cassie (Cassado) Commonly confused words, also called malapropisms, are often incorrectly used in the place of another similar sounding word. Sometimes a phrase is also misused. This article will focus on a few commonly confused words, their meanings, and how they are used in sentences. Commonly confused words Affect and effect: Affect is a verb and it means to have an impact on something. Effect is the impact that...
TeenHelp May 3rd 2015 10:42 AM
Tips for a successful time in university By Dez ( *~Sparkly Queer~* ) When people go to university, they want to be successful. However, sometimes things such as procrastination, difficult class material, or making friends can be a problem for students. There are ways to combat these problems before they grow too large, and to aid a student in being successful in university. In this article, the term 'professor' will be used to refer to the person teaching the class, but other terms such...
TeenHelp February 3rd 2015 10:01 PM
Being prepared for university By Dez ( *~Skittlify~* ) Going to university for the first time can be a scary experience. Many people fear that they will not be able to afford university, or that they won’t be well-prepared once they arrive. Those who live on campus may also worry that they will not get along with their roommate or other people within their residential area. However, university does not necessarily have to be a scary or difficult experience and there are many things that...
TeenHelp December 3rd 2014 09:25 PM
Online schooling By Cassie (Cassiopeia.) When people think about their school environment, what comes to mind? Most people probably think of fellow classmates running through the halls before the bell rings, whilst some would think of sitting at their kitchen table, with their books before them, taking instructions from their parent. For a few, learning in front of a computer could come to mind as well. Education is a broad spectrum that can be taught in many different settings....
Horsefeathers. October 5th 2014 11:23 PM
Choosing the right college major By Karen (Dioramatic♤) Graduating from high school is one of the biggest achievements worth celebrating. It denotes readiness for the next level of your education. Preparing for a college entrance exam and choosing where to study are not as easy as they sound. That applies to choosing what you are going to learn in college too. "Which School is Right for You?" gives you insight on deciding the right school for you, so you can check the article out. Moving...
Horsefeathers. September 4th 2014 01:26 PM
Applying for university in the UK By Cara (Deadpool) All applications to universities in the UK, regardless of whether they're home (domestic) or international students, are processed through an online system known as the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). This system allows an applicant to enter all of their data (such as personal details and exam results) and will also keep track of the current exams an applicant is taking, updating automatically when results are...
Horsefeathers. February 7th 2014 06:00 AM
Letters from Universities - How to Stay Sane! By Robin (PSY) You have been a student for most of your life. There has never been a time when you haven't had to stress over homework assignments and final exams. Looking ahead, you see yourself going on to undergraduate or graduate school... if you have what it takes. That's right – it's March, and letters from universities will be arriving soon! Whether you're about to earn your high school diploma or your bachelors degree, take a look at...
Horsefeathers. August 7th 2013 10:47 AM
Starting a new school by Cheyenne (Desert) Starting a new school can be one of life's hardest and most awkward experiences. You moved for whatever reason — parents started a new job or they just felt like a change of scenery. Now, you’ve unjustly been expected to leave all your friends and start over completely. It sounds utterly impossible, doesn’t it? The good news is that it doesn’t have to be! Pretty much everything depends on your outlook. If you go into this new school thinking...
Horsefeathers. December 1st 2012 08:29 PM
Finding and applying for a job By Lydia (Nostalgia) Given the current recession, finding a job has been incredibly difficult. Many countries all across the world have high numbers of unemployment; unfortunately, unemployment affects all ages and walks of life. This means that there is a lot of competition for jobs, and that you will be competing against adults who may have more experience than you. However, employers won't just be looking for experience. Employers will also look or other...

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