Final exams can be daunting; it's time to put all the knowledge you've gained throughout the semester to the test...literally. Healthy study habits are essential for success in the final stretch of the semester. We asked our helpful Hawkes Learning Student Ambassadors to share their tried and true study practices– here are a few of … Continue reading Ace Final Exams With These Student Ambassador-Approved Study Tips
Studying Tips from Our Student Ambassadors
Photo by Tirachard Kumtanom on Pexels.com Need advice on how to study well? Here are some tips from our Student Ambassadors based on what they've found helpful: 1. Start early. Time management is one of the biggest obstacles college students face. Many students are juggling classwork, extracurricular activities, and part-time jobs, leaving little time to … Continue reading Studying Tips from Our Student Ambassadors
Where’s the best place to study on your campus?
Finals are here! (That statement is exclaimed more in sheer panic than happy excitement.) Around this time of year, finding a good spot to review your materials before heading into that final exam or finishing that paper looming over your head is as difficult as imagining finally being done for the term. Remember to ask yourself a … Continue reading Where’s the best place to study on your campus?
10 Habits to Help You Succeed in College – FREE PDF Included
Getting a college degree is no easy feat. Fortunately, you and your fellow students have access to a plethora of tips and tricks to make the most out of your class time and study time. One such source is provided by Opportunity International, which lists out habits to help you succeed in higher education. Here's a taste … Continue reading 10 Habits to Help You Succeed in College – FREE PDF Included
Common causes of test anxiety and how to solve them
In “Text Anxiety: Causes and Remedies,” Dr. Maryellen Weimer addresses the issue of test anxiety and how it affects students from kindergarten to graduate school. She presents a study that confirms the general idea that those with test anxiety have lower cumulative GPAs at the college level, but reminds us that although this is the … Continue reading Common causes of test anxiety and how to solve them
Successful Study Tips Infographic
Studying may not be the easiest (or most fun) thing in the world, but you have to do it if you want to do well in school. This infographic with information researched by Stop Procrastinating details some easy-to-implement study tips. Try a few of these out, and your next quiz won't stand a chance! How … Continue reading Successful Study Tips Infographic