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How To Survive Your First College Exam

TIP! Set realistic goals when you schedule you work and classes. If you are the furthest thing from an early bird, you probably shouldn’t schedule an 8am class.

Many individuals look forward to going to college. That said, college also comes with many challenges. Some people dread the whole college experience because they do not know what will happen. College is a lot easier when you know what to expect.

TIP! Before you go away to college you should know all you can about what you will be majoring in. This will help you set the foundation for your college choice in the future.

While preparing to leave for college, write a list of those things you plan to take. Preparation is key, and will help to reduce anxiety that you feel. This is especially something to do if your classes aren’t that close to home.

If you can’t afford college, you may qualify for a student loan. School may seem expensive up front, but will pay off many times over after you have graduated.

TIP! Be sure to stay well-rested. When you are in college, it is easy to pull all-nighters for parties and classes and homework, but you need your rest.

Where you sit is very important towards your success in classes. Rather than going to class late, and sitting in the back unnoticed, get to class on time and sit at the front. You will find yourself more engaged, and if you need to ask a question, you will not have to raise your voice.

TIP! You no longer live at home, and you will have to care for yourself. Some indulgences are okay, but still maintain a nutritious diet, get proper sleep, and take care of yourself and your possessions.

Visit the admissions offices of the colleges you are considering. You can find a number of services here and see what scholarships are being offered. Different schools offer different scholarships. By visiting and speaking to an admissions officer, you can ensure that you are getting all the funding available to help pay for your college education.

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TIP! Speak with your professors daily to build strong relationships. Your number one resource in college is your professor, and they are able to provide you with a lot of assistance.

Stay out of credit card trouble by paying off your balance each month. This is the only way to avoid penalties and late fees. Consider your credit card as a last resort for emergencies only. You may want to use it to go out and have fun, but your college goal is to learn. Having problems with money can distract you from your studies.

TIP! Be a regular visitor to the college library. College libraries offer numerous resources which can help you succeed in your classes.

Hopefully, you now have a better understanding about collegiate life. Knowing this can ease your transition and make your experience more enjoyable. Apply the advice in this piece and you will be able to live the college life you always wanted.

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