Contrary to popular belief, today’s infographic reveals how Facebook use among students really isn’t much of a problem.
Infographic is all about the SAT’s and what the current trends reveal as disparity in achievement continues to grow among students today.
There is a lot more to efficient Googling than you might think: in a recent study on student research skills, 3 out of 4 students couldn’t perform a ‘well-executed search’ on Google. When the success of your term paper hangs in the balance, using Google effectively is crucial, but most students surprisingly just don’t know […]
In 2000, “Harvard Girl”, a how-to guide for Ivy League hopefuls, climbed to the top of China’s best-selling book list. The book was written by the parents of a Chinese girl admitted to Harvard University, and a whole new genre of copycat books rose in its wake. While most would argue that America’s educational system […]
Student’s today face great distractions than in generations past. Connectivity is at an all time high, but how much is it really impacting students’ quality of life? Take a look at this creative comic book style graphic to find out!
In a 2010 national survey of college freshman, it was discovered that students perceptions of their drive to succeed and academic ability are at an all-time high: 3/4 said that they are above average in these two traits. It may sound like great news, but it was overshadowed by another statistics that painted a far […]
Question: how do college students today study the least and get the highest score? Today we’ve got an infographic that takes an in-depth look at just that (aka grade inflation).
1.127 students taking part in a study to see any correlation between grades and social media. Through discussion on social nedia sites, some students independtly formed their own study groups, without the encouragement from their instructors.
The average student graduating from a four-year university pays about $100,572 dollars in total to the institution they attend. It seems like a lot of money and you wouldn’t be the first to wonder, where exactly is all of that money going?
Interesting infographic about teachers and Facebook.