Commentary from a friend of mine:
To get the most out of your college experience, consider these suggestions.
Tip # 1: Join a Study Group
Find a study partner or group that relates to a subject you like or need to know extra about. This can be helpful if you are struggling with a class concept or lesson. Not only will sharing this topic with others help you learn more about the topic, but also you will find out more about one another. If you surround yourself with others who have similar interests, your conversation tends to center around that interest. Not only might you form long-term relationships, but these study partners could become business colleagues later on.
Tip #2: Join an Organization Where You Share Similar Talents and Can Contribute
Consider participating in the band, chorus, sports team, sorority, fraternity, or any other college organization where you can contribute. University organizations tend to create bonds among their members that often last a lifetime. Several of my band friends from over fifty years ago are still among my closest friends. The college experiences we shared are some of my happiest memories. Becoming a part of a group with similar talents or goals can be very fulfilling.
Tip #3: Find Your Personal Best Time for Learning
Everyone has good times and bad times for absorbing information. Find out when you do your best work. Are you an early morning person or can you concentrate better in the afternoon or late evening? Whichever works best for you is when you should work on the project you least like doing.
Tip #4: Don’t Allow Yourself to Be Distracted
Finding private time for studying can be very difficult, especially if you are easily distracted. Set your time and place for studying and stick to it. Discipline yourself to refuse your friends to interrupt you when they want you to play cards or tennis or whatever takes you away from your plan. Move away from the video games; go the library instead. Be firm; get your work done, then play. Even if studying is easy for you and you have marvelous powers of concentration, you still need time to study. Set your study schedule and stick to it.
Tip #5: Make Time to Eat Healthy
Make sure you eat healthy meals regularly. Junk food may keep your stomach from growling and candy may give you a sugar rush, but your long-term ability to function depends on eating more vegetables, fruits, and other vitamin-rich foods than sweets and fatty foods. Eat small portions throughout the day. Stuffing yourself may lead to falling asleep in class.
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