I've heard and read A LOT of "advice" for getting good grades and for earning a 4.0 GPA. Let's see which of these supposed tidbits of wisdom are true and which are false.
I'm bringing back the "How to Get a 4.0 GPA" series. Here are all of the posts in this series thus far.
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.
With the coming of spring comes the final push at the end of the academic semester. So, I figured that it would be a good time to reveal a few more teacher secrets.
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.
As a student, you’re forced into survival mode, and survival mode means that you can’t read everything. You simply can’t. You won’t make it. But here’s the good news: you don’t need to read everything to achieve a 4.0 GPA. Here are some tips on how not to read everything that’s assigned, but fake like you did read the material and get good grades.
Throughout your college career, you’re going to (if you haven’t already) run into teachers who are difficult. I don’t mean the good-gosh-his-tests-are-hard difficult, I mean the I-think-my-teacher-might-be-at-least-partially-evil difficult. These instructors are often unfair, unprofessional, and disrespectful. Here’s the Obi-Wan Kenobi list of how to use the Force to your advantage and save your GPA from the Dark Side’s grasp.