College Success Tip # 61 - Consider Tutoring!
There is nothing wrong with going to tutoring. Going to tutoring doesn't mean your dumb or that you are a slow learner. Tutoring is des
College Success Tip # 60 - Review Your Notes!
Higher Education Students REVIEW YOUR NOTES! I've already expressed the importance of possibly recording the class lecture and reviewin
College Success Tip # 59 - Review The Lecture!
There are times when a higher education student will be in class and a new concept is revealed to them and at that moment it appears that on
College Success Tip # 56 - Overcome Being Overwhelmed.
With so much responsibility and accountability a Higher education student endures it is so easy to get overwhelmed. But focus on your journ
College Success Tip # 52 - Handling Up on Group Bullies
Bullies only get away with what others allow them to get away with. Allow the Bully to understand that you aren't for the disrespect. R
College Success Tip # 50 - Illegal Academic Downloads
Illegal downloads cause many problems which include having to pay legal consequences for the offense and painfully going through issues that
College Success Tip # 48 - Relationship Evaluations
Have you ever taken the time to evaluate the status of your relationships? Are your relationships fruitful? Or do your relationships bare no
College Success Tip #47 - Handling Classroom Conflict
Conflicts arise when individuals express differing viewpoints on issues and sometimes a difference in opinion can become a battle zone due t
College Success Tip # 45 - Academic Priorities
Know well the condition of your flocks, and give attention to your herds, Proverbs 27:23 According to the American Dictionary of the English Language 1828 Priority is defined as precedence in place or rank. So, my questions to Higher Education students include the following: What are your academic priorities? What is the importance of maintaining and having academic priorities? A lot of students don't walk on a college campus with it all figured out of what they need to do an
College Success Tip #40 - Scholarship Scams
One who is wise is cautious and turns away from evil, but a fool is reckless and careless. Proverbs 14:16 Scholarships are identified as grants or payments made to support a student’s education whether academically or based off of another achievement such as (extracurricular, sports, donations, etc.) achievements. Knowing that a scholarship is a form of support it is hard to imagine that individuals use a good thing to attract people in need for fraudulent schemes and scams t