For example when exams are, what you are doing in class if you miss a day, quizzes and tests. It also shows rules and explains about the class and about your professors. The third tip on surviving the first week of college is to organize your room and school supplies. You would wonder why organizing your room is a surviving tip for college. That is because once your room is organized; you know where everything is
Teachers seem to be lenient with high school students. For example they may allow the student to turn in assignments late without any penalties. As a college student, the professors will not “hold a student hand.” The student is responsible for completing assignments once the syllabus is received. Procrastination is an easy habit for a freshman to begin or continue. College classes are scheduled for a student to attend class two or three times a week.
Causes to Flunk Out College It is an irony of genera – just about every high school kid has a vision of attending to a college - an edifying society of higher education from where a student can walk on the path of realization. But, as soon as that dream is comprehended, the idealistic student gives up mortifying the aim underneath his or her feet by dropping out. In most of the time, college students discontinue to appear in the college before the end of their freshmen year. This is the main cause of falling down the percentage rate from 84.6 %( High School Graduates) to 27.2 % (Bachelor Degree Graduates). Financial expenses, the lack of readiness responsibility and choosing the wrong major are some specific reasons for college students to flunk out the college.
We live in a country where everyone should be treated equally. Just because a student chooses to be athletic doesn’t mean he/she should use their athletic skills to get a free ride throughout their college years. A college student being exempt from classes is unfair to other students, it is their loss of education and not taking college so serious will later on bring consequences. Why go to college if you don't take the classes? Seems kind of pointless, most athletes don't go pro after college, so I why not get the full educational experience?
Personal Essay Emily Wyatt UNV 504 Introduction to the Ken Blanchard College of Business Daniel Geivett November 6, 2013 Deciding on which college to attend is hard enough for a high schooler to figure out, much less a drown woman who decides to go back to school because she is finally ready to peruse her dreams of getting a college education. I went to community college right after high school and after three semesters, I knew my heart was not in it. I was paying for classes and yet I would hardly go due to a late night out with friends or working late the night before. It wasn’t until after I had my son that I started to think about going back and getting my degree. I wanted to make the right decision, the right school that would fit my needs between working full time and taking care of my family.
Extended School Day Persuasive Essay An extended school day may night be the best idea for students in today’s society. Most students do not need to spend an extra two hours of school getting help on their homework. The majority of students would rather finish their work at their own pace and would not be able to sit through a longer school day. We also must keep in mind that students today have many responsibilities that they must manage outside of school; these responsibilities range from after school jobs to even having to babysit their younger siblings. First of all, many students have after school jobs that they have to maintain.
The other side states that you should go to college to achieve the life-time job you would love. The article, Not going to College is a Viable Option, by Lawrence B.Schlack, describes how plenty of honorable and valuable choices for the year after high school. For example, taking time of to travel, work and public service is also another productive action to take with your life. In the article, Want to Get Into College? Learn to fail, by Angel Perez, states that “Kids all around the world are under pressure to be perfect.” Making it a lower standard of students wanting to go to college.
Knowledge is vital for everyone. Imagine if ones are very smart and have a lot of knowledge but cannot talk or interact with people because they just read the books and never improve their character on communication. In my way of thinking, to study in college is not just only study in thick books because sometimes knowledge that we get from the books are theories not practical way of doing things. Ones need to practice and use their skills in doing things everyday not just sitting and listening to what lecturer says. When ones apply for work, things that employers look at aside from ones’ degrees are their various kinds of ability (Bersin, 2013).
By which I mean taking the time to organize a schedule that works for you, you don't need to burn every brain cell you have, to do this either. I like to set aside a few hours a day to actively study, or even just to simply brush up on something, I set a personal goal to learn something new everyday. Cramming for an upcoming test has been proven to be ineffective, while allowing for very short term recall, this keeps you from being able to remeber information you need on a long term basis. Another huge part of your Study Skills tool kit is taking notes, with the way in which you choose to do so having a large impact
All this can be fixed, however, with a little time management (Rodriguez 1). Part of student life is juggling the many demands on your time, and knowing which tasks to do first is critical for college students who don't have enough time. Tasks need to be ordered in terms of priority, meaning that you need to set priorities but many students confuse urgent with important. A solution to this problem may be creating a time log. For the y-values, write down important and not important, for the x-values, urgent and not urgent.