Successful college students must achieve that perfect mix of homework and fun. It’s not easy, but it’s essential.
The true challenge begins when the countless real world obligations (work, career?) creep in as well, especially so for college graduates and soon-to-be grads.
That’s why we’re going to focus here on helpful tips for finding balance when the end of college approaches. By the end of this article, a school planner will be your best friend.
In your post-college job search, every detail of every conversation, email, and job lead is pure gold. That’s why you must create a consistent series of daily activities that increases your focus and increases your chances of success.
Use the following 9 steps and create a daily job search routine that’ll work for you:
Note: The school year is coming down the home stretch, and for students it’s time to get serious about your final essays and projects. To that end, we’re running a great guest post by written by Ali Luke of Aliventures.
How often do you rush your essays at the last minute? Do you ever have that slowly-growing sense of guilt as a deadline creeps closer and closer, without you taking any action?
You’re definitely not alone. Most students struggle with deadlines … as do many professionals. By coming to grips with time management now, you’ll build some great skills that will hugely boost your chances of success in your future career, and in your life.
Oh, and you’ll have more time and energy to enjoy college life, too.
Sound good? Here’s how to do it:
The challenges of school are now becoming a harsh reality for students everywhere. It’s time to hit the books.
The following 5 tips for getting a strong start in school are essential for you, or the student in your family in finding success this school year.
You will notice there is one common thread to each tip: You need to make more of your downtime. You know… those little pockets of time when you’re in between classes, on the bus, or having coffee in the morning?
Try the following steps and get the most of your school year: Continue reading
What’s your one essential tip for success in college? Here’s a great student-written feature that discusses ways to plan your week at school, and includes a review of one of our new student planners.
If anything, all students should read this post because it includes one of the best pieces of advice for high school and college students alike: