Education in recent years has pivoted away from the classic liberal arts education and toward "practical" training and careers. In particular, courses that fall under the heading of the "humanities" seem to have fallen out of favor as being totally unnecessary for success in life. This philosophy is incorrect. Studying the humanities offers a number of benefits.
Courses that teach you about the history of human thought, culture, and art encourage you to do your civic duty.
If English is not your first language and you plan to matriculate to a university, you may need to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). There are a lot of steps that you can take in preparation for this test, along with some tips that will allow you to get the highest score that you can on the day of the exam. With this in mind, read on and take advantage of this information, in order to get all that you can out of the TOEFL exam, as you apply for colleges.