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  • Alisha from Jackson , MO

    Study EVERDAY even if its just 20 minutes ALWAYS! ALWAYS read the assigned reading BEFORE class. Sit in the FRONT roll, YES always! FRONT ROLL=NO DISTRACTIONS ALWAY use your professor's office hours, trust me your professor will remember your… more read full review

    Study EVERDAY even if its just 20 minutes ALWAYS! ALWAYS read the assigned reading BEFORE class. Sit in the FRONT roll, YES always! FRONT ROLL=NO DISTRACTIONS ALWAY use your professor's office hours, trust me your professor will remember your effort! STUDY IN THE LIBRARY! YES THE LIBRARY, Quiet and no distractions! Start studying early, test in 2 weeks start reviewing NOW! Skipping class= FORBIDDEN Eat, Exercise, and Sleep Right Fill out scholarships and start filling them out EARLY! Take study breaks, not long, just enough to give your brain a breather LEARN TO SAY NO TO FRIENDS OR SIGNIFICANT OTHERS INVITES!! ITS A MUST! Get involved on or off campus Learn to stay in and study for that huge exam next week on a Friday night. Learn to double task, for example, you have a 10 minute walk to campus call the parents, instead of taking that 10 minutes out of your study time later that night Halfway through a busy day take a 20 minute nap, allow your body to rest Take vitamins, drink a lot of water NEVER BE AFRAID TO ASK YOUR PROFESSOR QUESTIONS OR TALK TO THEM Treat yourself every now and then Review your Professor's lecture every night after it was given Buy the highlight color bright sticky tabs to keep your place in your textbooks Start a Resume NOW, if you have a resume already meet with your counselor or advisor for tips on improving it USE THE RESOURCES AVAILABLE, if your school has a Chemistry Resource Center USE IT Over holiday breaks allow yourself a relaxing break, but work on some homework ALWAYS WORK HARD Never be afraid to send your Professor an email, it's their job Get a planner and USE IT PLAN AHEAD, trust me all the big tests will hit you all at once! Stay on a routine schedule, eat at the same time, go to bed at the same time. . . SCHOOL ALWAYS COMES FIRST, STUDY FIRST, play SECOND If your unsure about whether you want to be a part of the Greek system go through recruitment, never means you have to join, its a good experience alone When preparing to register for classes, make at least 2 alternative schedules, classes fill up fast Take advantage of everything your school has to offer, for example, your school holds a career fair go to it, if your school has a free printing lab use it LIVE YOUR FINANCIAL LIFE LIKE A TRUE COLLEGE STUDENT Meet with your advisor at least once a semester Always try your very best then at the end of your day you can always smile and know you did your very best read full review

  • Madeline from Lincoln, NE

    Search hard for financial aid. This goes for any college. There are a lot of scholarships out there just for college freshmen, and if you don't get them now you never will. If you don't know what major you want, there's a great general studies… more read full review

    Search hard for financial aid. This goes for any college. There are a lot of scholarships out there just for college freshmen, and if you don't get them now you never will. If you don't know what major you want, there's a great general studies department to help you out. You'll get your requirements out the way sooner if you stay with them until you're sure what you want to do. If you jump into a major, you might end up taking classes that will be useless to you later. Most people end up switching eventually, so you're better off with the general studies people. Look into housing off-campus. It's a good way to save money. I moved into an apartment downtown at the end of my freshman year, and it's saving me about $4,000. I ride my bike home for lunch and save tons of money that way, too. Also, bring a bike. It's cheaper than driving and MUCH cheaper than parking. UNL parking permits go into the high hundreds. On the other hand, it's nice to have reliable parking downtown for other things like concerts, movies, shopping, etc. read full review

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