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21 awesome PowerPoint presentation tips for students

Do you often find yourself in a general lack of cool presentation ideas? We all have been in that situation when the deadline for our presentation is tomorrow. And we did not have any idea on how to start a presentation. But, there is good news! Here you will read 21 awesome PowerPoint presentation tips for students. We know that as a student you are in a constant process of learning. And this is our way of helping you by shedding a light on some creative ways to present a project. Check this out!

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30 Slang Words Every College Student Should Know

You're about to start attending your first ragers and mixers. You'll be building connections with froomies and you'll want no flaky people around. This year will be GOAT and you'll be keeping it 100 all the time. Did you have a problem understanding everything you just read? That's because you still haven't been introduced to the college slang phenomenon. When you get on campus, you'll start wondering if everyone there talks in a foreign language. But it's still English. It's just millennial slang, which you'll need to master whether you like it or not.

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How a Graduate Degree Can Help You Achieve Your Career Goals

A graduate degree is always useful, but it depends on the field of study. For instance, you aspire for a long, successful career in IT. A graduate degree may or may not help you get closer to that goal. It will be a waste of time to study English literature. Why not make a mini library (of your favorite authors and literary genres) your lifetime plan? On the other hand, a BA English graduate must not think twice of pursuing an MA English degree.

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Why I don't like studying but love learning.

Albert Einstein once wrote, "Never regard study as a duty, but as the enviable opportunity to learn". Not knowing the definition of 'enviable', but believing anything Einstein declares as valuable, I looked up this ambiguous word I'd never heard. The dictionary definition of enviable: arousing or likely to arouse envy. This is when I realized the reason people look up to Albert is not because he was a genius (that too!), but because he had dedication to not only learn, but to pass on his learning like a father teaching his children.

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Pros and cons of being a straight-A student.

If my grades were Bella, I would be Edward. That is how much I am in love and obsessed with them. The problem is I am not a vampire, unlike Edward, so I need sleep. I have to think about my grades before I fall asleep, when I do not stay up until midnight trying to solve the last math problem on Mymathlab or analyze quotes for my English class.

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The most important lesson college has taught us

It's most people's dream to enter college for the people living in India. Since my school days, I dreamt about entering college to get rid of uniforms. "If you work hard for just one year, you can enjoy your college life," I still remember those words said by my school teachers. I worked hard and scored good marks in my finals. After attending an interview, I got selected in women's college.

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Pros and Cons of Being a Straight-A Student

The term reset has a special meaning to students. It means abandoning the old, harmful habits of procrastination and starting everything from scratch. Throughout my attempts to be a straight-A students, I've been a victim of such absurdity: throwing away my old self to set the foundation of a completely new personality.

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The Person I Still Remember from School

Herman Ebbinghaus, a German psychologist, conducted an experiment with the intention to find out how much people remember of what they learn. One day after memorizing information, he remembered one third of it. Two days later, he only remembered 5%. This made me think: why do we go to school when we forget what we learn, anyway? What do I remember from elementary school and high school?