Prepare For College

If you’re still in school and you’re looking ahead to college, there are few steps you can take that will enhance your ability to prepare for the college of your choice.

Avoid Procrastinating

1. Budget your time

Account for all your waking hours in the day. Really breakdown how you spend your hours, and set aside chunks of time to complete whatever task is on your agenda.

2. Work with productive people

Associate with kids who know who handle their business. When you team up with capable study partners, you'll notice the impact on your performance. By cooperating with others, you will have the dual benefits of combining knowledge and constant encouragement.

Test Preparation

Here are five suggestions for preparing for college exams:

Avoiding Burnout

If you feel exhausted, overworked, and dread going to work, you might be experiencing burnout. Burnout happens when people become fatigued and lose motivation. When burnout occurs, it becomes increasingly difficult to face each workday. You might find yourself dreading work, or even making excuses to avoid going to work. 

Writing Your College Essay

A great college application essay paints a picture about who you really are so that the admissions officer gets to know more about you. Your essay is a way for you to elaborate on your application and it is your chance to set yourself apart from other applicants. Admission essays are also a way to show the reader that you can organize your thoughts to write clearly and effectively.

Here are 5 tips for writing your college essay:

Maximize Your Time Off From School

College life can be tense and a bit stressful at times. Students who excel in college are self-disciplined and know how to manage their time. The constant managing of time and priorities does not suddenly stop when your vacation starts it's an ongoing process.

Here are 10 ways that you can maximize your time when you are off from school:

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