We live in what can seem like a stressful and competitive world. The tendency is to work hard and play harder, or to burn the candle at both ends until you’re exhausted and can’t do either. Sometimes it seems there aren’t enough hours in the day to do the things we need to do, let alone the things we want to do.
This post is part two of a post in which I share what I have found to be methods to help first-year college students like me have a productive and enjoyable experience…
(You can find Part I of my Ultimate Guide here.)
Let’s be honest: Every college student dreads studying. I can’t think of one person who doesn’t despise the hours spent in the library, taking notes and staring at pages until our eyes glaze over.
More than being prepared for a test, success in life is defined by knowledge, and you will never be able to hold an intellectual conversation without a base of appropriate information.
The most effective way to keep the information locked within your conscience is to study. Here are my top four ways to engage with information while studying…