Studying Tips!

It can be incredibly overwhelming to figure out how to study for your first few college exams. There’s a huge amount of material, not a lot of time to study, and so many distractions! Here are a few tips to get through your first few exams: Keep your notes organized: If you start by having Read More…

3 Tips to Make College Studying a Breeze

After completing two years of college, I have certainly learned a lot of the best “ins and outs” of studying. Just making a couple small changes in your study habits can be monumental for your success in the classroom. 1. Find Your Spot The most crucial piece of consistently having productive study sessions is finding Read More…

The Important Music Genre for Studying

After studying for hours, it can become hard to focus. Even if you are not in a band, don’t play an instrument, or never listen to classical music, I have found that classical music is your friend when it comes to focusing on homework.  Listening to music with words has never been helpful to me Read More…

Study Smarter Not Harder

Many students realize their high school study habits aren’t very effective in college. This is understandable as college is quite different. Often, professors are less personally involved, classes are bigger, exams are worth more, reading is more intense, and courses are much more rigorous. That doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with you; it just means Read More…

Studying Tips From A Social Butterfly

Studying and social butterfly seem like an unlikely pair right? Not anymore… Coming to college, I felt like high school had prepared me well. But, I’d be lying if I told you my first semester Freshman year grades were perfect. That semester taught me how to adjust to the different type of academic environment and Read More…

How To Survive Class

Let me start of this post by saying that I have not always had the best study/work habits. You saw that dude at the cafe or quad that has four notebooks, three textbooks, two iPhones, and one pencil frantically cramming as much information into his skull all at once because the midterm is in 5 Read More…