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The Working Student

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If combining an education and work can be a tough balancing act, professionals say that it always pays off in the long run. Just make sure that you know how to balance your work and school.   When it comes to balancing work and school, most students find it challenging.  Instead of worrying about this

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If combining an education and work can be a tough balancing act, professionals say that it always pays off in the long run. Just make sure that you know how to balance your work and school.

 

When it comes to balancing work and school, most students find it challenging.  Instead of worrying about this issue, the best thing that you can do is to finalize your schedule and know your priorities.

 

College is completely different from elementary and high school levels.  When you are in college, there are more tasks to complete independently to survive.

 

As a student, you have to get to class, have the assignments done, study for quizzes and tests and coordinate all of the supports that you may need. Since college level is quite a challenging one, you need to get organized. The main question is, how can you do it?

 

Introducing …. The Working Student ….

 

This powerful ebook will provide you with everything you need to know to be a success and achieve your goal of balancing work and school to a successful place.

 

With this product, and it’s great information on creating balance it will walk you, step by step, through the exact process we developed to help people get all the info they need to be a success.

 

In This Book, You Will Learn:

 

– Attending Community College Basics
– Getting Organized
– Choosing Study Time
– Tips about Scheduling
– Time Off Before Tests
– And so much more!

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