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Apps for Finals: 9 Technological Tools to Help Tackle Your Tests

As you are well aware, final exams are rapidly approaching. Studying for finals can be an overwhelming and confusing experience for many students. Luckily, there are tons of apps designed to help keep you productive and that can assist you in your finals studying journey. Make a List. Todoist This is my personal favorite to-do… Continue reading Apps for Finals: 9 Technological Tools to Help Tackle Your Tests

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4 Things You Can Do To Better Yourself In College

Brieann McDaniel Master Tutor Professional Development Texas Tech has a fantastic career center and they have so many resources available to aid in your personal professional development. You can make an appointment to meet one-on-one with a career counselor who will help critique and edit your resume or someone who will conduct a mock interview… Continue reading 4 Things You Can Do To Better Yourself In College

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TECHniques Center Counselors Present at the ATP Annual Conference

Two TECHniques Center counselors, Brandi Schreiber and Myself (Jacob Fisher), traveled to San Francisco California March 29th to April 2nd to present at the Association for the Tutoring Profession annual conference. The Association for the Tutoring Profession is one of the leading organizations in the country for training and certifying academic tutors of all disciplines… Continue reading TECHniques Center Counselors Present at the ATP Annual Conference

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Plan and Do: Steps Four and Five of Getting Things Done

After you have collected, organized, and reviewed all of the “stuff” in your life, it’s time to plan your day and do the things that you need to do. Luckily these last couple of steps are super simple. Planning Sit down and schedule 5-10 hours per week that works with your schedule that you can… Continue reading Plan and Do: Steps Four and Five of Getting Things Done