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For prospective students, I would keep in touch with your professors and teaching assistants. They will be your lifelines in your classes and eventually, if you have good relationships with your professors, they will be able to give you academic recommendations for graduate schools. Also, get to know your roommates and have a little bit of fun. College is all about being independent and learning to live on your own. Learn to balance work and play by going to the library but also know that there is time and a place to go and get that ice cream cone with your best friend.» Read More
The biggest tip for new students is to form study groups and reach out to your professors, your professors are there to help you learn and understand the material. They are more than welcome to meet with you during office hours and discuss questions you have. Study groups and T.A.'s are your next biggest ally. T.A.'s can help you understand concepts discussed in class and are less intimidating than professors while study groups help you exercise your knowledge and help teach others.» Read More
Prepare to have a lot of homework. But also remember to attend all of the activities and you will have a lot of fun. Don't give up, there are a lot of students and teachers that will be willing to help you.» Read More