7 Tips to Help You Succeed in College
Sit Front and Center
This is one of the simplest and easiest things one can do, and it really pays off. The professors see you, you're more likely to pay attention, and you're less distracted by the YouTube videos silently playing on the students laptop screens in front of you.
Get to Know Your Professors
Actually Read the Material
Build Study Time into Your Regular Schedule
Working on research, term papers, and all other assignments is a drag when have something better to do. For this reason, it helps to build studying into your everyday schedule so that (1) you get things done early, reducing the need for extra work and stress around deadlines, and (2) you don't feel like you're missing out when you have to cancel other fun things to block out study time.
Make Study & Homework Sessions FUN
Utilize On-Campus Resources
College only lasts so long- you should fully utilize the resources it offers. Partying can continue post-grad. Access to a litany of convenient on-campus advising services will typically end.
Follow Your Passions
I hope this helps. Have fun!
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