You either love or hate summer classes. Love it because you get those pesky general courses out of the way. Hate it because it takes time away from your summer vacation. Whether you’re full or half-time, here are a few ways to keep you motivated. Create a task list – summer courses are accelerated, meaning
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There are two reasons why people take summer classes. one reason is to get ahead, and the other is to make up classes. Here are some survival tips to help get you through summer school. Commit – Your friends will be traveling and posting their summer adventures online, but try not to focus on it.
For sophomores, juniors and seniors, spring semester is just another semester to power through, but a different story for freshmen because of one simple thing, spring break. Not to say sophomores, juniors, and seniors aren’t excited for spring break, they know what to expect How does one stay focused when spring break is the one
The majority of students are most likely taking their finals remotely, so here are some memes to help ease the grueling studying process. Good luck out there!
December is here, which means two things – finals and winter break! We could talk about the top tips to help you survive finals week (well, maybe just a few here and there), but we figured your brain could use as much minimalism as possible. So, let’s just sit back, relax and reflect on your
As the end of the semester looms and your tasks pile up, your time’s running out. If you haven’t already mastered the art of being organized and prepared, we’ve got you covered with 4 essential tools to close out this semester and start the next like a master. While selecting the these tools we found
Now that spring break 2019 has come and gone, it’s time to re-focus on that study game. Stay Objective: It is important to be objective with your goals. Sometimes, the to-do list can get so long we don’t know where to begin. Focusing on a more realistic, attainable win will serve you better than striving