Hello fellow tutors and students! This is my first blog post, but I do feel that it is an appropriate one. If you are the type of person that loves to get involved in every single thing, but still love to get good grades, don't fret. I'm one of those people, too, and even though it can get mind-boggingly stressful sometimes, it all pays off in the end. I'm here to give you a few tips on how to make it without dropping any activities. 1. Schedule Your Day I cannot stress this one enough. The night before, schedule out time blocks for everything. Even if it's not specific (algebra here, philosophy here), make a slot for homework time. For example, on Monday, I have class from 9:30 to 12:20, then I eat lunch until 1, then go to my Student Government office hour. From 2:30 until 6:00, I have homework. At 6, I go to dinner. From 7 to 9 I either have free time to go to my club meetings or work on more school work. 9:00 is musical, and... read more
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Welcome to the 2013-2014 school year! I always loved going back to school. Since I am going back to school this fall as a graduate student I thought I would share a few tips. If you would like more tips you will have to schedule a session. My two words to sum everything up is start early! -Do not wait until the night before a big project to start it. -Act like a Pro athlete! I can guarantee they put hours into practicing their sport. They did not show up on game day and hope they would win the game. -Do school work first before taking a break - turning on the tv or hanging out with friends right after school may seem like a great idea. That time is precious because a student may remember something from the day to help them on the homework. -Practice like it is a test. If your teacher does not let you use a calculator do not use it on... read more