Hacks That Will Improve Your College Experience

 For many reasons, college and university can be very challenging. It doesn't matter if it causes financial hardship or if you are unable to complete all of the tasks on your schedule. We don't want to make you feel discouraged. These are just a few tips that will make a big difference in your college experience. These hacks are easy to use and can save you both time and money.

Borrow, don't buy

Instead of spending too much on textbooks that you won't use, try to find someone at your school who has used them and will lend them to you. Even though you will have to pay them for the books, it is much less expensive than purchasing new copies and then not knowing what to do with them.

Use Different Colors For Notes

This is not a bad thing. We don't suggest that you take too long to make notes during lectures. We are suggesting that you use a variety of colors when taking notes. Studies have shown that colors can make things more enjoyable and have a positive effect on memory. It stimulates the brain, making it easier to retain and learn information. This means that if you use different colors for your notes, you will have an advantage when it comes to exam season.

Use Post-Its

It can be frustrating trying to clean your laptop keyboard. Although you can't clean a laptop keyboard with water, it will still get dirty regardless of what you do. You can clean your keyboard with post-it notes if you have some. To pick up any crumbs, use the sticky side to glide between the keys.

Get your friends involved

A friend can help you when you give a presentation to class. Ask them a question that you know the answer to during the presentation. This will make you appear professional in the topic and impress your professor.

Listen to Lectures

Listening to recorded lectures can save you time and help you to prepare for tests. You can speed up the process by playing the recording at twice the speed.

Do not let the easy classes get in the way of your success

You might find some classes that are easier at the beginning of the semester. Do not let the easier classes fool you. Do your best to work hard and earn high marks in the more difficult classes. Good grades will help you raise your GPA. You can also get lower grades in harder classes later because you will have high grades to fall back to.

Quick Breakfast

Everyone knows how important it is for students to have a good breakfast. It will not only ensure you are full during class but it will also help you focus and do better on your exams. It might be difficult to make breakfast in time for class. If you have a microwave, you are good to go. Spray nonstick cooking spray on a mug to make the soup. Add two eggs to the mug. You can also add any other ingredients, such as shredded cheese or vegetables. It should be microwaved for 45 seconds. Stir it and then return it to the microwave for an additional 45 seconds. To ensure it is fully cooked, stir it again.


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