Thursday, November 11, 2010
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Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
How much are actuaries paid? According to www.salary.com, the entry level positions average between $50,316 and $61,266, with pay increasing every extra year of experience.
If you are interested in actuarial science speak with your advisor for more information.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Budgeting is an important tool that all college students need to master in order to survive. Here are a few tips to help you make your money count.
1. Write your budget down! This will save you a bunch of hassle as you plan your finances.
2. Plan to save some money every time. This will allow you to always have some money in reserve.
3. Keep unnecessary expenses to a minimum. Try bringing lunch instead of buying lunch to help you keep your money longer.
Budgeting will help you stay out of debt. Budgeting will also help you make the most of your money. These skills will allow you maintain your college educational expenses as well.
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Did you know that there are many different ways to take notes?
Here are some examples of different note taking techniques.
Linear Notes: This is where you write down everything without any major organization
Cluster Notes: This is where you write notes around certain “big ideas”. This type of note taking helps you see how ideas are related.
Roundtable Notes: These notes are done by using four ideas/books/lectures/eras/people/etc. gather around your “roundtable”. This style will help you connect and utilize all the subjects in a meaningful manner.
Reporter’s Notes: These notes are what reporters would use when interviewing someone. They have questions you would like answered. This style helps you gain a deeper understanding by looking deeper for your answers.
Try these techniques and find one that helps you. As you do you will become a much better note taker and a better student!