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Are you tired of receiving generic advice from your academic advisor? Discover the reasons behind the ineffectiveness of academic advising. Learn how individualized attention, adequate resources and support, aligned goals, and collaboration between advisors and faculty can transform academic advising into an effective tool for students' success.
You ever bought that pink piggy bank at the dollar store with the intentions to save? Or stashed money somewhere in the house or a card you promised you won’t touch? What are the ways you can save and how? Have you ever heard of a tool called Prepler that incorporates a degree planner while helping you to save money? Let’s look at this AI-driven tool that helps Americans to strategically organize and plan their degrees on time for graduation.
There is no denying that academic advising is an omnipresent function in the landscape of higher education. It is the backbone behind the success of students at any academic institution. Before the emergency and unexpected transition to online learning due to the Coronavirus crisis, more and more student life administration had integrated with modern technology. That entails advising technology systems that are lately becoming both more sophisticated and prevalent.
Due to COVID-19, it is an online education system, and you cannot physically attend classes in classrooms, so it ultimately increases your chances of flunking classes. You might think that failing once or twice might not be a big deal, but it will affect your interest in your pathway or career in the long run.

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