Would you like to have a better memory? Or a perfect ability to multi-task? Do you want to perform better in college? Well, it might be easier than you think. Language learning can make you smarter, improve decision making and even keep your brain healthy in an old age. In today’s world, there are
Can’t remember a single moment when you weren’t nervous before addressing the audience? Is the fear of public speaking keeping you from reaching your full potential? Are you uncertain about what to say and how to say it? Don’t worry! Just a few simple tips will help you calm your nerves, focus on your key
Critical thinking is based on the idea that you can solve a problem or apply a solution through methodical and deep analysis of a subject. It incorporates broad study of a topic, comparison, application and synthesis of that which has been learned. Critical thinking is one of the most valuable fruits of a college education.
Charles Darwin, Mahatma Gandhi, Helen Keller, Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Nelson Mandela. What do they have in common? They were all people who questioned a system or a way of thinking and dedicated their lives to changing it. They were independent thinkers.College is an ideal time for you to start becoming an independent thinker.
College education is essential for landing the job you’ve been dreaming about. It is also a way to develop intellectually and get profound knowledge in the field of studies you’ve chosen. However, your studies don’t finish once you get the degree. Your life will require that you constantly master new skills and learn how to
Public speaking causes a bit of anxiety for everyone—even practiced presenters. However, giving a talk doesn’t have to wrack your nerves completely. The trick is to wow your listeners with a great opening. By starting strong, you’ll capture your audience’s attention and get them interested in what’s to come. From that point on, you can
Finals week brings plenty of stress. Of course, grades are enough to worry about. However, on top of test preparation, you’re likely shopping for holiday gifts and getting ready to leave campus for winter break, among other things. Changing your routine to accommodate intensive study sessions adds another layer of anxiety. It’s important to remember
Now that exam time has arrived, you’re ready to buckle down and study more fiercely than ever. However, you need to be sure that there’s a method to your madness. Some of those “classic” study tips you’ve heard are ineffective at best and detrimental at worst. Check our list of six bad study habits that
Finals season is upon us, along with the stress and sleepless nights that usually accompany it. If you’re like most students and are finding it hard to get up the motivation to study after an already grueling semester, then this article is for you. I know, you’ve worked hard this fall. You’ve read the books,
The key to successful and stress-free college life, contrary to what you might have been told, is working smart, not hard. Now, implementing all the tools on this list all at the same time is not what’s going to turn you into a highly productive student. It will take some self-determination and time to figure