What student can do if study load is much,time is less and lack of money
Man, you know the language of a student. Here is what I do: research the programs, and benefits that your school have. I found programs that paid for my books every semester, paid me to go to class, paid for some classes, and paid me to research. Of course, most of them are contingent upon GPA.
The study part, I don't sleep much. I would also suggest getting a very supportive, and productive group of friends who have the same goals as you, and are hard working. Also, it is a good idea to study ahead over the break (spring, summer, winter) before your classes start.
Keeping looking. There is more than one woman, and they have the same quipment.
Im taking 19 credits next semester, and what i did was read all of my books over the summer already. So once classes start im already prepared and it all come a lot easier
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