Exam time is perhaps the most stressful time in a student’s life. However, students who plan ahead and follow these five simple tips to help them reduce the stress and stay focused when studying will find that they can defeat test anxiety and earn good grades.
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Despite the fact that my most recent post on course-notes.org discussed reasons "why the infamous all-nighter is a terrible idea," I would like to share some advice for those of you that will, without a doubt, pull numerous all-nighters in the coming years.
So you're procrastinator... The good news, so are millions of high school and college students across the country. By all accounts, you're not unique in your inability to get ahead on assignments and more often than not, you'll be "forced" to stay up late either cramming for an exam or attempting to complete a six page paper you were assigned more than a month ago.
While it's been years since I graduated high school back in 2007, my first-hand experience with the college application process remains vivid in my mind. Between the AP courses/tests, taking the SAT/ACT and the pressures to maintain a competitive GPA, the life of an ambitious high schooler is no doubt, stressful.
My name is Daniel Black and I graduated from Claremont McKenna College in May of 2011 as a dual-major in Economics and Government. I was fortunate enough to spend time working as a "Senior Interviewer" for the Admissions Office which provided me with the opportunity to interview a large number of prospective students. I know what colleges look for (and what turns them off), but more importantly, what steps you can take to distinguish yourself from the crowd.
When it comes to back to school shopping for freshman students there's no need to make a list with the obvious items like notebooks, pencils, erasers and pens. You probably have a whole drawer stuffed full of school supplies like those that you can re-use.
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Let's face it, school and being a student is not easy and never has been whether you are in high school or completing your Masters in university. School is our first introduction to the work world in some shape and form and it helps us learn how to work for our results and how to achieve our goals of succeeding. If you are struggling at school and are feeling the stress and weight on your shoulders because of difficult classes and exams, there are numerous ways to reduce your stress and relax. Here are some tips on how to reduce stress during the school year and regain your sanity.
Applying for the college of your choice can be somewhat tricky. Each college has their own set of rules, regulations, and guidelines concerning the application process. It is vitally important to know what you're getting into before you begin applying. Submitting an application that is incomplete, or incorrect, is a waste of everyone's time. Colleges want to see that you can do the research and complete the task properly. In effect, they are testing you before you even get accepted.
In high school and always running late on assignments? Can you never find time for your friends anymore? We discuss Here are some great time management tips and techniques to help you get back in control of things:
If you’re a high school student who needs help with your homework, you are certainly not alone. Today, many students just like you are learning the best ways to get help with their studies, and the “homework help” methods that they’ve adopted offer practical ways to earn better marks and to make a better impression on high school teachers. By trying out the sensible ideas that the savviest students are now using to get ahead and stay ahead, you’ll also enjoy relief from the stress and pressure that homework problems tend to bring.
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