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5 Tips For College Students

After writing numerous articles about tips on how to make money, I decided to write this article about 10 tips for college students to take the right path towards their goals. When I was twenty six years Old I went back to school and one thing I found out is many students go to school because they are forced to go because of their parents. I think if a child wants to go to college they should have a why in their mind also they need to know what their goals are. I am going to share with you ten tips on how to create a prosperous college experience.

Tip 1: “Why Am I Going To College?”

If you are still reading you might be asking yourself why am I going to college and one thing you need to understand is this, is it because of the money or is it because you want to become a better person in life. I have seen student come out of high school with straight A’s and all of a sudden they go to college and mess up. Why does that happen? It might be because children are forced to go because their parents want them to be better than them. Your goal should be much different than other peoples experience. You must ask yourself what is it that you want to be and how you are going to gain that experience.

Tip 2: Think About Your College Experience Ahead

Before you start college you must have a vision of where you are going to be 5 years from the time you start. Trust me if you do this you are going to see huge results because once you accomplish your dream of what you wanted to be your income is going to grow and also you are going to become a better person. Whenever you get a chance read this magazine and its an article about (Having A Plan B page 27) You should describe it in details on how successful you are going to be once you go through your college experience. The power of having a vision and thinking about your goals in college experience is you are able to fix your mistakes before they come up. Therefore, make sure you create a vision for yourself.

Tip 3:Set goals Up For Each Class

If you are in college in this moment you might be going through some classes that you dislike. I can tell you this you must set a goal for yourself. These are the goals you should set:

1.Try getting letters of recommendation from teachers.
2.Make sure you have a perfect attendance in each class.
3.Make sure you master the material

Tip 4: Always get An Early Start

What I mean by this is make sure you have an early start each day. The reason I say this is because if you wait to the last minute to do your term papers its not going to be a good one. You are going to be rushing all the time, stress is going to come out of you, and more. For example, this is my routine, I wake up at 5 am everyday and I go to the gym to exercise after that I get on the computer and write articles. After that I continue on with my day to day thing. Therefore its important to get things done early.

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Memory techniques is a very powerful tool to always have in hand. I use a home page that allows you to receive all the memory training that you would wish for that would help you with your college.

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