Basic college skills include establishing good study habits, improving your technology IQ and improving your writing skills.
The interesting thing is that your success in college depends far less on how easy it was to make grades in high school, and more on how much you challenge yourself and how well you’ve learned to study. These are a few tips to get you started.
In college, you’ll need to learn new things and write about them. Along with writing, it is important to read as much as possible. When you read, you expose yourself to different writing styles and new vocabulary — all of which makes your writing more interesting.
The impression you make on adults while you are in high school may very well impact the career opportunities you have later. You will either leave a good impression or a bad impression with those you meet. Here are seven tips to make sure it is good!
You can drastically cut your workload in college if you have basic technology skills developed before you unpack your bags in the dorm room. Here are a few things to think about.