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How to Stop Procrastinating

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Posted by Chris Zhang

August 16, 2019 at 4:00 PM

Procrastination Guide Time Management

There are 4 famous words that everyone says at one point in their life: "I'll do it later." No matter what, everyone is plagued by procrastination to some degree. For some, procrastination isn't that big of an issue. For others, procrastination results in rushed work or not even completing what needs to be done, and their daily lives are changed as a result. In this article, we'll cover some ways to stop procrastination and accomplish what needs to be done now.

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Stress: How to Deal with It

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Posted by Chris Zhang

August 07, 2019 at 12:00 PM

Stress College Life Guide

Crunch Weeks: the bane of all students. Crunch weeks really make or break a student's grades. You have a midterm one day, a few quizzes the next day, a project and another midterm the next day, and not to mention the daily assignments you have for each class since the only review that happens in college is during review week. The pressure from all the things you have to do and the fact that your performance during this week greatly impacts your grades creates something all students will encounter: stress. This article will explore some ways to deal with stress in college, but the methods in the article are applicable to anyone.

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6 Ways to Improve Studying

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Posted by Chris Zhang

August 09, 2019 at 1:00 PM

Study College Life Guide

Studying plays a central role in our lives. Whether you're studying for an upcoming exam, for the SAT/ACT, for improving your knowledge, or just for fun, you are going to spend a good part of your life studying. But things like procrastination and other unfavorable studying habits can lead to lack of retention of information. Just because you don't get an A in the class or crush the SAT/ACT doesn't mean you are incapable of achieving those goals, but rather, it's probably due to poor study methods. This article is going to list 6 to help improve your study times.

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How to Tackle "Weed-Out" Classes and Other Difficult College Classes

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Posted by Chris Zhang

August 11, 2019 at 3:00 PM

College College Classes Guide

One way or another, you'll eventually encounter a "weed-out" class or a difficult class while in college. These are classes that can kill your GPA and sometimes demoralize you and make you doubt your academic abilities. There's lots of studying, lots of stress, and will sometimes result in you dropping the course all together. But don't worry, this guide will discuss some things to do to make this an easier time and help you ace these courses.

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How to Revise an Essay

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Posted by Chris Zhang

August 26, 2019 at 3:00 PM

Essay College Guide

*Why is the curtain blue?* For some, writing is a passion and something that comes naturally. For others, it is a GPA killer. Even if writing doesn't come intuitively to you, it is still possible to do well in a writing or English class. Throughout college, you'll be tasked with writing multiple essays. This may seem daunting, but no matter how gifted you are in writing, you can still do well through revision. This guide will give some tips to help you during the revision process.

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Sleep Deprivation in College

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Posted by Chris Zhang

November 06, 2019 at 1:00 PM

College Life Guide Time Management

The ultimate luxury in college is sleep. Yet, it's often the first thing we are willing to sacrifice when dealing with a busy schedule. From our normal course load to social interactions, our college life is so packed that it sometimes seems impossible to get enough shuteye. This article will talk about some causes and consequences of sleep deprivation as well as some suggestions on how to sleep better in college.

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