study habits and time management



five classes you may not have to take but should anyway

five classes you may not have to take but should anyway

College offers an array of courses that will not only help you in your future career but also in your everyday life. Here are five classes that may not be a requirement for your major, but you should consider taking them as electives.

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tips for studying abroad

tips for studying abroad

Studying abroad is an enlightening experience. Students who study abroad learn new languages, experience different cultures, and often times come home with a new outlook.

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dealing with school pressure

dealing with school pressure

From schoolwork to social problems, students can sometimes become so overwhelmed that they do not know how to efficiently manage their stressful situations. These tips can help keep college stress at a minimum before it becomes too hard to handle.

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balancing your college schedule

balancing your college schedule

Poor time management is the most common reason for poor academic performance in college. Here are some tips to help you achieve time management skills.

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get over the fear of public speaking

get over the fear of public speaking

Public speaking is a task feared by many, but keep in mind that the more you do it, the easier it will get. Giving as many presentations as possible while still in school will help prepare you for the speeches you may have to give in your future career.

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ways to study smarter, not harder

ways to study smarter, not harder

You've heard the old adage, "work smarter, not harder." It may seem cliché, but applying this concept to your studies will make you a more productive student. Studying too hard and cramming the night before a test actually defeats the purpose. While making good grades is important, the main goal of your studying endeavors should be to learn and retain information.

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relax! they're only finals

relax! they're only finals

Take the time to relax, and you will see that you will perform better come exam time. Here are some simple relaxation techniques to help you ease your anxiety during finals week.

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how to confront your college professor

how to confront your college professor

Confronting your college professor may seem intimidating, but if you are unhappy with a grade or experiencing other problems with your professor then it's time to set up an appointment to discuss your issues.

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how to deal with study burnout

how to deal with study burnout

A large course load, procrastination, and lack of sleep are just a few of the factors that can lead to study burnout. Learn how to identify the signs of study burnout so you can take the proper steps to deal with it.

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in and out: graduate in four years or less

in and out: graduate in four years or less

Does the idea of spending more than four years in college make you cringe? If so, here are some tips for graduating in four years or less.

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