College Can Be Scary Without Knowing This Advice

Authors

  • John Martines

Abstract

College is a once in a lifetime opportunity for higher learning. You can use these years to improve yourself and open the door to higher lifetime income over your career. Make the most out of your pending or current college years with the ideas and advice presented within this article. Always plan time to study and keep a set schedule for doing so. After you have received your class schedule, it is best to schedule your study time. With a class and study schedule mapped out, you can create the kind structure that will help you get through each day and maximize your time.

Learn how to write an essay using the "5 Paragraph Essay" format. This is a simple essay format that is often taught in elementary or middle school. Although it is simple to learn, it is invaluable in college. This format will help you easily get through most essay assignments. Get a map of the college campus and find and visit the important places on campus. From here, you'll learn about different scholarship opportunities available for certain schools. Lots of institutions offer students generous scholarships. Meeting with an admissions officer can help you make sure to receive all the available financial assistance to help you pay for your higher education.

Take a bus to campus. You might discover the commute is not any longer than by driving. Not having to search for a parking spot is also a great time saver. In addition, you'll save money on gas and parking permits. It's also a great way to "go green." You will need to study a lot to keep your grades up, but take one day a week off to relax and regenerate. Approach your learning by immersing yourself in your courses. Talk about the subject to others, look for references to it in the world around you and apply it to your life in general.

Try not to buy coffee every morning. A daily cup of coffee can be expensive over time. Invest in a coffee maker instead. While it's not as easy as getting it from a coffee place while you're out, you can save quite a bit of cash this way. You can get a great machine cheap if you shop around. Know your limits - don't overwhelm yourself with too many courses. It may seem like a great idea to take as many courses that you can, but if you take too many, you may fail a few in the process. This totally defeats the time saving you were trying to accomplish!

Textbooks can take a huge toll on your wallet. Fortunately, you now have many options to save money. For example, you can rent textbooks online. Another option is to purchase online-only access to required textbooks. While you won't have a physical book to take notes or highlight in, you will save money in doing so. Stay away from plagiarizing! Throughout college, you will write dozens of essays and reports. Make sure you are always giving authors credit where due. Professors are good at spotting unoriginal papers, so you always want to make sure everything you write is yours.

If you feel your schedule can handle it, take an additional class during each semester. Many students can easily handle the average class load, which means that adding in one more class will be a minor burden at best. This can allow you to shorten your time in college enough to graduate a little earlier.

You may want to develop a set sleep schedule when you are in college. Between social activities, work, and classes, college students are bound to not get enough sleep. With little sleep, you won't be able to focus well on classes. Flip-flops aren't just for politicians! Be sure to wear your flip-flops every time you use the dorm shower. They will protect you from getting athletes foot; however, don't stop there. Be sure to dry your feet thoroughly after showering and use a medicated powder. Pay special attention to the area between your toes. Be sure to store your flip-flops in such a way that they will dry thoroughly between uses. For example, you could hang them over a hanger in your closet if there is enough room for air circulation.

When studying for exams, try setting goals. Like anything else that has time-restraints, setting goals can keep you focused. In this case, your main goal would be to pass the exam. To accomplish that, try listing small goals of what you want to accomplish at certain times in order to be ready in time for the test. Try not to go home every weekend, especially if you are homesick. The best way for you to get over the move is to become comfortable and to go out with the people that are in your college. This is also the time when you can have the most fun on campus, so maximize this opportunity.

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Published

2021-12-22

How to Cite

Martines, J. (2021). College Can Be Scary Without Knowing This Advice. Psycological of Science Article, 1(2). Retrieved from https://divessar.com/index.php/posa/article/view/88