Midterms are coming up and you probably have a lot on your plate. To help manage the stress, here are some tips for getting into the right headspace this month.
It’s nearing the end of the school year, which means it’s almost time for final exams. While the best way to prepare is to stay up on homework and assignments throughout the year, it’s always a good idea to go into finals week with a study plan in place. Creating a plan—and sticking to in—minimizes […]
Most college students know that going to class and studying are essential for earning good grades and getting the most out of college. But exactly how should you study? Hint: Ditch the highlighters and embrace methods that are proven to guide students toward academic success. Here are five study tips that will help you master […]
Final exams are just around the corner, and whether this is your first semester or you are a seasoned pro, college finals can be the most challenging time of the semester. This means managing your time, using effective study strategies, and handling stress by taking care of yourself is on the agenda. Managing your time: […]
It’s a new year, which means it’s also New Year’s Resolutions time! When you’re a college student, many of those resolutions may be academic goals. Now that the spring semester is starting back up, here are a few helpful tips to stay focused on your studies, keep on track, and make it an awesome year. […]
It always seems “finals” and “stress” go hand in hand. Juggling a week full of exams, papers and projects can feel overwhelming, yet there are ways to combat such feelings so you can perform your best as you finish out the semester! Sleep and Eat Right It’s amazing how we tend to treat ourselves the […]
Over the last couple of years, I’ve asked several students what habits have made a difference for them, what has made them successful. Here’s what they said. Don’t get behind! This goes without saying, right? It’s also easier said than done. Make it a priority this semester to attend every class meeting (or check in […]
When I was in high school, my dad was always telling me to “work smarter, not harder.” I rolled my eyes at this advice at the time, but now I see the wisdom in his words. If you’re going to spend two hours on a Thursday night studying for your history exam, doesn’t it make […]