We’ve decided to publish a new style article this month to see what you think of it.
Once a month we’re going to be making a roundup of articles about college, school, and studying that I think you should read. Then I’ll give my thoughts.
Please let me know what you think!
Without further ado:
Smart Student Secrets is a study blog but what attracted me to it was how much it broke the traditional mold. People will tell you that skipping or putting off college is the end of the world. “You’ll never go back,” they’ll tell you but as Aaron put it:
“If you don’t go back to college then you probably shouldn’t have gone to college in the first place.” College isn’t the only path through life. It’s just the convenient box people try to put you in. No one will get in trouble recommending you go to college.
Imagine a college counselor recommending a student go into the military. Now imagine a parent’s response. That’s just a risky move for a counselor to make.
Imagine a college counselor recommending a student skip college. Again, imagine a parent’s response.
The world forgives counselors for blindly recommending college. The counselor barely has a choice.
In this article, Morgan tells her story and reminds you what’s really important in life.
In this article, Samantha goes over the finals prep essentials students need to keep in mind.
Finals can get overwhelming. It’s important to keep yourself focused on a system that will make sure it’s impossible for you to screw it up. This article lays out the basics of any good plan. (In my case, the coffee is absolutely essential.)
Okay… I know this might not seem like the most fun article in the world but I promise you, it’s worth it.
College is one of the biggest expenses of your life! The costs matter.
I know why most people don’t dig in too deep with the financials. (I’ll admit it. I didn’t dig in when I first went to college either.)
It’s all so confusing! It’s almost like they’re trying to make you throw your money at them blindly regardless of results hoping you won’t ask too many questions… 😛 Almost… I’m not quite the cynical (yet.)
Learn this stuff. This is a great article that can help you make the best decision for you.
This article brought me back to freshman year. It’s a great read for anyone getting ready for their first year in college.
There are going to be rough times in college but they get better. You’re surrounded by other people but you’ll still find yourself lonely and longing for the familiar. I totally agree about the missing mom when you’re sick thing.
Fortunately, it doesn’t always stay that way and a little bit of waiting will get you farther than all that doubt and fear.
One of the toughest parts of the transition to college is learning to share a dorm room with someone you’ve never met before. You don’t know what to expect. It’s impossible to prepare for.
What if your roommate is mean?
What if your roommate is loud?
Oh no… what if your roommate smells funny!?
Don’t freak out too much. I understand why you would. Let the smooth sounds of Thomas’ podcast relax you a little. You’ll learn a lot and you’ll feel better for it.
Well… unless your roommate smells…
Every college student understands the pain of late nights and early morning. I certainly doaibbbfs,/.nhfkjdsil
Oh sorry… I just fell asleep at the keyboard for a minute.
Anyway… in this article Caitlyn goes over a few important lessons that make sleep deprivation a little more manageable. This is absolutely essential when you’re trying to squeeze as much as you can into every day.
What did you think of this weeks roundup? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
MAYBE THEY WON’T NOTICE…
I’m not going to get in trouble again, am I?
Here is the story:
I’m the originator of the 15 Minute Study Strategy – proving you only need 15 minutes of studying each night to academically dominate MOST academic institutions. You may have heard someone talking about it – and it’s easy to be skeptical I get.
It’s a crazy fact that most academics don’t want you to know. And for good reason…
This strategy completely obliterates their systems.
Student’s are supposed to struggle through school. School starts as a training/education tool (around gradeschool.)
As you grow up, it becomes a weeding out mechanism. It’s a system that rewards people for: obedience, hours of work, and unhappy type a’s.
And it’s meant to punish students that are: intellectually curious, motivated, and genuinely smart people.
My strategies BLOWS everything they built apart and it rewards students for smart actions.
It’s not the hours invested as much as it’s the things you do. If you do these things – you’ll get killer grades.
(And that’s why they hate me. Its proves everything they’re doing is wrong – and it forces them to address the truth… Or continue to pretend otherwise despite the overwhelming and increasingly humiliating evidence.)
Are you ready for this?
Let me send you some emails – it’s important we take this one step at a time.