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4.1
based on 234 reviews
  • Julia from Edmond, OK

    Some of the most helpful tips I received as a freshman are to be prompt, go to class, learn to study, get help from tutors or professors, sleep and most importantly get connected with groups to make lifelong friends. It is crucial to attend… more read full review

    Some of the most helpful tips I received as a freshman are to be prompt, go to class, learn to study, get help from tutors or professors, sleep and most importantly get connected with groups to make lifelong friends. It is crucial to attend classes, after all you paid for these classes. With class attendance comes promptness. If you are going to go through the trouble of attending class in the first place, you might as well try to get the most out of it. Going to class is the first step, the second step is learning how to study. Different people have different methods of studying, but it is crucial to learn how to study before an exam. That does not mean to cram the night before; instead, studying means pacing yourself, focusing and making a plan on how you are going to tackle the subject. If you stumble upon any questions, it is best to take note of it and ask the professor or a tutor for help. Professors are willingly to provide you with offices hours, or hours they set aside to help their students, so it is to your advantage to use it wisely. There are Action Center tutors that are available almost 24 hours a day to provide you with one-on-one tutoring on any subject. However, in order to study right, it is vital to obtain a decent amount of sleep every night. Sleep helps you retain the facts and process the information correctly. Without sleep, your health will gradually deteriorate, and studying will become futile. Most importantly, make friends. At first college may seem daunting, but if you have the right group of friends, from organizations or clubs, the transition to becoming an adult will become more fun. read full review

  • Nicole from Tulsa, OK

    There is always always plenty of things to do. I know a lot of people love meeting right outside of the dorms when the weather is nice and doing different activities. If not in the student center there is always so many different things you can do.… more read full review

    There is always always plenty of things to do. I know a lot of people love meeting right outside of the dorms when the weather is nice and doing different activities. If not in the student center there is always so many different things you can do. Personally, I just love hanging out in the dorms. read full review

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