From a seasoned student to those students who must still tackle the academic dragons that are finals, here are some tips to help you survive, thrive, and pass those finals with flying colors.
I started to write down all of the “secrets” to being a teacher and found that there were just too many to put in one post, so this will become a series. I am spilling the academic tea here.
So . . . I’ve been gone for a hot minute. Admittedly, with some life changes, I got overwhelmed and stopped blogging, despite my love for the WordPress community. But, I’m back, and I’m excited to start blogging again and interacting with other bloggers.
Grief is a strange creature. It rears its head when you least expect it, and it hangs around in ways that you could never have imagined. Its appearances can be logical, but they don’t always have to be. Sometimes grief only pokes its head out to greet you, and then other times it feels like its lying on your chest trying to smother you.
It's nearing everyone's favorite time of year again. Finals week! While I know that finals week is about 1-2 weeks away for most folks, I want to post the links to this series that I did on testing tips for those of you who are starting your cramming now. Also, what's the use of studying tips if I post them after, or even during, finals week? Good luck, and I hope that my tips help you to crush those tests!
You’ve done your research, you’ve written your essay, and now it’s time to turn that sucker in, right? Nope. You have one more step to do—proofreading. Here are some tips on executing an efficient and successful proofreading that will hopefully earn you that “A” on your essay.
If you’re aiming for a 4.0 GPA or for improving your current grades, group projects may scare you. After all, you can only do your part, rely on the other members to do theirs, and then hope for a good grade, right? Wrong! Here’s a list of tips to help you get the best grade that you can out of a group project.
In order to help you start off your semester on the right foot (yes, I used a cliché, and no, I’m not ashamed), I’ve compiled a list of random advice for you college students.
As part of celebrating the end of finals, I've decided to do another picture post. This one celebrates the Christmas season. Enjoy! Also, be sure to check out the guest post that I wrote for Sixteen & Successful: Break the Boredom for Winter Break. It has some of my favorite winter pictures that I've taken, and it includes some advice on how you can maximize your winter break (don't worry, it's fun stuff!).
Ah, finals week is upon us, and, in honor of finals, here’s a poem before we dive into testing advice for specific academic subjects. Students with knowledge all stuck in their heads, hardly sleeping or lying in their own beds. Not a student was resting, not even the profs, all hoped finals would be over... Continue Reading →