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8 Study Tips to Get You Through Exams

It’s that time of year again. Paper season.reserachpapermeme

Mid-November is the time of the semester when students hunker down to write papers and begin studying for exams. This can be a stressful time for may students, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve got some study tips to help you make it through papers and exams,

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The New Music and Worship Arts Minor

This fall Tyndale will officially offer a Music and Worship Arts Minor. The new minor provides students with opportunities to develop their skills and talents in music and worship. It’s perfect for anyone who wants to work or volunteer in worship ministry, or who wants to dive deeper into their passion for music!

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Beyond the Classroom: Early Childhood Education

Tyndale’s Human Services – Early Childhood Education is a unique program tailored to students who want to gain a well-rounded education in the Early Childhood Education field. It combines three years of studying at Tyndale University College with one year of studying at Seneca college to allow students to graduate with a bachelor’s degree and a diploma.

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Introducing Tyndale’s French Minor

Tyndale’s French minor is a new program which allows students to deepen both their aptitude and their passion for the French language and its diverse cultures. The program equips students with theoretical and practical skills to gain a thorough understanding of the language. Students are given the opportunity to develop these skills inside the classroom and out.

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Investigating the Human Mind: Tyndale’s Psychology Program

If you are one of those people who enjoys watching shows like Lie to Me, Criminal Minds, or psychological thriller movies, you may have more than a passing interest in Psychology. I caught up with Dr. Amanda Azarbehi, Professor of Psychology, to find out more about Tyndale’s Psychology program.

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7 Frequently Asked Questions About Tyndale

Choosing a university was one of the most difficult and stressful experiences of my adolescent life. I visited multiple university campuses, spent hours on my application, and placed considerable pressure on myself to choose the right program and the right university. I quickly discovered that choosing a university was less of a “Will I get in?” decision and more of a “Is this the right place for me?” decision.

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To The Professor Who Taught Me How To Live

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Where shall I begin, and what shall I say? To find the proper words and sentences to express my indebted gratitude to a professor who has done more than I could ever ask –  spurred me towards a pursuit of a career in academia, and taught me how to live –

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Top 13 Reasons to Visit Tyndale

Choosing a university is difficult. You want to attend a university that best fits you. If I had a time machine, I would have visited the different universities I was interested in before deciding, but only after I visited the moment Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses, fist bumped him,

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A Defining Moment

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Ever had one of those defining moments where a light bulb goes off in your head that changes your perspective? That happened to me during a Tyndale Philosophy course with Associate Professor Dr. Paul Franks when he took time out of his schedule to show me a new way of thinking.

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