How To Plan Your College Classes For Success
As we’re preparing for a new semester, are you getting organized for your college classes? In this post, we walk you through a simple process of creating a Course-At-A-Glance Sheet. Getting familiar with fundamentals of a course early on will help you to improve your time management skills and, most importantly, reduce your stress level when the first days of the semester arrive.
Currently, we’re running a Beginning-of-Semester sale in our Etsy shop. You get 30% off on our new Class Planning Kits and Semester Planning Kits. Course-At-A-Glance Sheet is one of 13 unique planner sheets in the Class Planning Kit. It’s also included in a larger 17-page Semester Planning Kit. All college student planners are editable and available in two attractive designs. There is no waiting, as you receive an instant pdf download when your order.
Indeed, college life gets very busy quickly. As the above quote rightly says, “you can’t build a great building on a weak foundation.”
To build a strong foundation for success, let’s go over each class you are registered for and collect important information using the check list below.
The Four Conditions To Increase Your Motivation
I’ve heard expressions like “I need more motivation” and “I just don’t have enough motivation to do this” many times. And I’m sure you have heard them too. Of course, it would be nice to wake up, get a cup of motivation, and go on with your day. Unfortunately, this is not how it works. Motivation is not something we can get. Let me explain what I mean.
Top 7 Reasons to Join A Student Organization
Participation in student organizations and clubs is extremely beneficial both in the short- and in the long-run. Research has supported the idea that students who are engaged with their college community are more likely to complete their degrees and find desired employment.
In this article, I list 7 major benefits of participating in academic or non-academic student organizations. Consider these benefits of joining a student organization while getting your degree. Then research opportunities available on your campus and choose an organization that will support you in achieving your personal, academic, and career objectives.