Students find the support of their peers really important to their understanding and enjoyment of their studies. In order for students to be able to do well in assessments they need to fully understand what you are asking them to do. Firstly, students tend to miss class when they just rather sleep in for the morning. But I speak from experience, when I say that many students skip classes for one reason or another. But if you want good grades, there are several reasons why you should attend all your classes.
Secondly, every professor has a different personality and system for running his/her classes, so it makes sense as early in the semester as possible to learn what the professor wants. Communicate with your professor when you are struggling. Especially at larger colleges and universities, the professor won’t know when you are struggling, so if you are having problems with the course work or the tests, schedule an appointment to meet with the professor and get the help you need.
Thirdly, you may have been one of the lucky few who has never needed a planner before, but college is all about multitasking, and you can easily get overwhelmed with due dates , team meeting, and other demands on your time. Keep homework, test, and class papers in central location. You’ll need these for studying for future tests, for meeting with your professor to discuss them, and for figuring your grades in the class. So, keep all your classes materials in a central location is extremely important.
To keep yourself motivated take breaks as a reward for the work you’ve completed. Reward yourself for completing a major task by taking a break and chatting with friends or watching some television. Not only are the breaks good motivation to help you complete something, you’ll also be more refreshed to tackle the next bit of work after a break. Hours of studying at once may not be a good idea, you’ll begin to fall off track and wonder into space...