What are some good studying tips for college students?
If anyone’s familiar w/the Rule of 168, they they already what constitutes good habits. If not, then you must budget your time accordingly. You’ll have so much of it, it’s amazing. Once your school day is done, or if you have no classes on any day, prepare for the next class or complete whatever is required for the next class. Once you get into the habit of going to class & immediately doing whatever is required for the next one, you’ll find college academics to be a breeze. Not that classwork will be simple, but like a good Boy Scout, you’ll BE PREPARED!
PS – There are 168 hrs in a week! If anyone would like a copy of the Rule, please don’t hesitate to ask for it.
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