study habits and time management



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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group projects in college

group projects in college

Working in groups can be a frustrating experience with coordinating meeting times, dividing up responsibilities, and dealing with unproductive group members. However, the communication and conflict resolution skills you gain from your college group projects will serve you well once you start your career.

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mini-term: pros and cons

mini-term: pros and cons

If you have ever wanted to get one of your college classes over with as soon as possible, you may be interested in taking a mini-term course. These are courses that usually last eight weeks or less but require the same number of contact hours as regular semester classes.

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unique study abroad destinations/opportunities

unique study abroad destinations/opportunities

When American students decide to study abroad, most pick common destinations such as the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Spain, and Australia. While these locations are beautiful and interesting, there are other unique study abroad destinations that may benefit a student more.

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techniques for increasing academic motivation

techniques for increasing academic motivation

Staying motivated to study, complete homework, attend classes, etc. comes easy for some students, while others may need to practice certain methods in order to stay academically driven. Here are eight techniques for increasing your academic motivation.

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how to study for final exams

how to study for final exams

Finals week is always a hectic time for college students. You have a lot of material to study in a very short time period. So, follow these tips to make this stressful week go as smoothly as possible.

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