Posts Tagged ‘homework’

How To Pass The Class While Passing on the Reading

How To Pass The Class While Passing on the Reading

Studying efficiently is a vital part of earning good grades in college. Students don’t have unlimited time to complete assignments or prepare for tests, and they must manage their time appropriately. It’s important for students to prioritize their study material, and part of that is determining which reading assignments are worth completing, and which are ...

How to Use Deadlines to Your Advantage

I’m finishing up my senior year now and, looking back, I can see that my biggest barrier to success in college was procrastination. It’s probably an issue for you too. But there was also one solution to my problems – and I mean besides just turning into an efficient person, because who wants to do ...

4 Tips for Staying on Top of Homework

Every college student’s favorite thing about class is homework. Okay, not really, but it’s an unavoidable part of college that you have to learn to accept if you want to make it through the semester. For those of us who dread doing it, homework usually gets pushed to the back of our mind until the ...

Some Advice On Group Presentations

Come on, I’m too old for a group presentation! We thought it at 16 in high school, and we think it again at 20 in college. At least in college, it’s mostly true. We will never know why professors torture us with group presentations throughout our college education, but they do. And if you want ...

10 Online Food Delivery Services You Should Know About

The number of nights where I lay in bed after a final with a petrified mind and body are countless. That being said, the chances that my section of the refridgerator has any consumable food is about zero percent. I realize that there are college students out there who decorate their fridge with a rainbow ...

Think before you speak. Read before you think.

I understand that many of you are busy. Between school, jobs, meetings, and friends, there is hardly any time left to read a good book. You need to find time though, even if that means cutting video games out of the picture. You are probably rolling your eyes at the screen now. I get ...