Strategies for Success in College

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Every student in college has a goal to meet, but sometimes students do not know the right way to act upon their goal. Students could be clueless to many strategies that may help someone succeed in college. However, four excellent strategies to succeed in college would be to get the right amount of sleep, take good notes, do the homework that is assigned in class, and listen to the professor. Learning these strategies in procedure will help students accomplish their goal to succeed in college. Going to bed at the appropriate time everyday will give the body the right amount of sleep so it can function accurately each day. Not going to bed on time results to students doing poorly in their classes. Students that do not get the right amount of sleep tend to run late for class, fall asleep, or do not listen to the professor as well. A positive effect of going to bed on time gives him or her motive to excel in class. When given the right amount of sleep the body can concentrate more on what the professor is teaching. Sleep is the most helpful strategy to succeed in school. Without sleep people would not be able to complete many things in life. Another key to succeeding in college classes is to always take notes. The human brain can not remember everything a professor teaches about all in one class. Anyone can take notes during classes but sometimes students end up writing down something they do not need to know. A way to figure out how to right down the correct notes is to listen to the professor for things that stick out the most. Listening to the professor helps in many ways. When listening to the professor you can grasp how to correctly do the homework assignments. If a student did not listen to what was being taught during the class it would be impossible to learn about a subject the professor talked about. Not paying any attention in class can make it hard for a student to understand what is going on during class. It can result to students making bad grades and...
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