Liz's Declassified College Survival Guide

Friday, September 15, 2017

College is no walk in the park, I am the living proof of that. Luckily, I don't look like what I've been through these past semesters. But with constant efforts of wanting to do better, I was able to master the Art Of Finesse. So for those who find themselves struggling in college, well I am here to give you my Declassified College Survival Guide

Planners are essential in college because you are going to be bombarded with tons of work. So to balance both your school and social life it is vital that you get a planner with a monthly, weekly, daily, and hourly option. This will help you oversee your entire day.
You can purchase some affordable planners in the links below

A lot of you guys are either going to hate or consider what I'm about to say but you must be on your teacher's heels. Yeah I said it, kiss the ground that they walk on or at least make them feel that way. I say that to say, these professor won't make themselves of any help to you unless you make yourself available for helping. Engaging and building that relationship with your professor is going to make them feel that you take their class very seriously. On that tip, they'll go beyond measure to help you meet your desired grade.

This tip is very straight to the point! To piggy back on Tip I. you must plan ahead of time, prepare the night before, complete assignments before the due date, have a daily to-do list, and organize everything according to it's subject. Simple right? 

Find a reliable classmate or study buddy that carries a burning passion for wanting to pass the class just as much as you do. This will help you to be on your toes, ensuring that you get things done ahead of time.
[Class group chats are helpful as well]

One too many times had I seen many people get lost in the sauce trying to live up to the hype that they forget the sole purpose of what college is for. Not to sound like your parents or anything, but you go to college to get an education not for anything else; never lose sight of that. I'm not saying you can't have fun but have your priorities straight. I mean the goal is to get the degree. Am I right or am I right?

I hope my Declassified College Survival Guide Tips helped you all. 
Have a great academic school year loves!

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