I've always been an avid reader. But for several years, my big mistake was also being a passive one. Many great ideas, quotes, and creative nuggets of understanding slipped through my fingers because I moved too quickly (and passively) through the pages.
Maybe I’m biased, but I think a language tutor can help you immeasurably with your learning. Here’s why.
There is no greater satisfaction than graduating from school, knowing you have earned the diploma in your hand. Graduation is a really exciting time in a person’s life. Once you have finished school though, there is always the thought about what comes next. Many have no plans or ideas as to what they should start doing. You should take the time to think about what you would like to do, as well as what you are able to do. Some things are not right or available to everybody. Here are five different options of things you could do after graduating.
Whether it's study night or for long term application, the truth with learning is that one size does not fit all. There are five different learning styles according to the VARK model, so if we can identify your style, you can capitalize on your style’s particular strengths. Let’s dive in and start by taking a look at the five different types of learning.
College is difficult, that is a fact. Whether it's trying to get essays done before the 11:59 PM deadline, finding the motivation to wake up and look decent for our 8 AM class, or even trying to budget your eating habits (because YES, "Freshman 15" IS a thing). Most college students rely on quick, cheap and easy meals, such as Taco Bell, Chick-fil-a, McDonalds, Wendys, Dunkin' Donuts, Steak n' Shake... I could go on for hours. This is especially convenient because a lot of these places are open late, and for those late night procrastinators, food helps the frustration. But, even these cheap meals add up, and they don't look so 'cheap' after a while.
College is the best time of your life—or so they say. It'd be better if, you know, you didn't have to deal with being in the middle of an existential struggle involving making ends meet while drowning in student loans.
Going to university is an exciting time, but it means that you have to begin your journey to being independent. That means buying your own stuff for your bedroom, university supplies, food, and drinks. But being environmentally friendly seems harder to do while being a student as you have to make the commitment yourself. But in the long run, buying eco-friendly products that are sustainable will save you money and produce less pollution.
I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Brookdale Community College in NJ and was awarded the Outstanding Student Award in the Social Sciences and Education Division. I was then accepted to a couple Ivy League institutions, but ended up going to Rutgers University because the Ivies wanted to saddle me with crushing debt.
The life of a high school senior is filled with excitement, anxiety, hard work, and slacking off. There is an appropriate time for all of these things, but you have to learn to be efficient if you want to fit them all in your schedule. These life hacks for high school seniors will help you make the most of your time, get you motivated, and prepare you for the future.
College is hard. Your schedule is always full, whether it's classes, clubs, or the big game. When your planner is full, and you still haven't done your laundry for the week, the thought of adding something else to your to-do list sounds insane.
I think September would have to be the biggest month for anyone about to head to university, but also the smallest. The first half stretches on for eternity as you bite your nails to nothing, the second part is a blip in your life (or worse just a blank) and when you wake up, its October already. Luckily for London-uni-ers, club entry and drinks are way too expensive for you to hit it too hard right? Not this month. This month will be full of wavy tube journeys on your way to and from pres, and getting lost in weird and wonderful places.