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What do you hope to accomplish today, at the end of the semester, after a year, or in five years? College is the perfect time to examine (or reexamine) these questions to make sure you're on track. Take this tutorial to learn goal-setting strategies for success, including how to set short-, intermediate-, and long-term goals.
To be a successful college student, you'll need to juggle many tasks. In this tutorial, learn how multitasking can help you improve learning, manage tasks, and save time. You'll come to appreciate the best multitasking has to offer, and discover time-wasting traps to avoid!
Being organized is a skill that you can learn to get more done with less stress. Whether your study space is filled with clutter, you constantly misplace things, or you just want some new organizational strategies, this tutorial will help you learn tips and tricks to best organize yourself for success in college—and beyond!
With all the tasks to keep track of in college, knowing how to manage your time well can make a big difference. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to make the best use of your time through prioritizing, the creation of study plans, and using time-saving strategies for academic success.
Today, it’s quite common to take courses that are either partially or entirely online. With all that you have going on, being able to learn online is convenient! In this unit, you’ll learn what online learning is and strategies for success.
Given all the demands on your time, reading strategically—with a plan and goal in mind—will ensure you get the most out of your classes. In this tutorial, pick up useful tips and approaches to effective reading and review. Learning to read academic content takes time and practice—but it is essential for classroom success!
Do you have endless hours to study and memorize information? Probably not—and it would get pretty boring if you did! In this tutorial, you’ll learn tips and tricks to remember exactly what you need to know. Not only will these memorization strategies help you recall important material for class, they will make the process of recalling that information faster and easier.
Every day, you're hit with all kinds of information. Note-taking is an important skill that helps you take in and understand that information. Whether you are a student or are already working, developing and refining your note-taking skills can help you succeed. In this tutorial, you’ll learn the concepts behind note-taking and how to be a better note-taker.
If you really pay attention to all of the noise around you, you'll be surprised by all that you hear. How do you cut through the noise and really listen to what's important? In this tutorial, learn the best listening strategies to improve your learning and focus on what’s important in class.
One of the hardest parts about studying is getting started. It takes organization and the ability to prioritize. In this article, learn the major pitfalls to avoid when studying.
Learn five tips to help you be successful in your academic journey. Good study skills are ingredients for success whatever your age or education level!
Learning to take good notes is a skill you'll need throughout your life. This guide provides helpful hints for writing better notes. The main point to keep in mind is that less is more!