The Bad πŸ‘Ž Habits That Can Wreck πŸ’£ Your Studies πŸ€“ ...

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Every student begins college life with the best of intentions – to do well in every subject, to attend classes and lectures, to study hard for exams. Life, of course, tends to get in the way and, for many of us, our good intentions frequently go out the window as we start giving classes a miss and fly by the seat of our pants in getting assignments in on time. So if you’ve picked up any of these bad habits that can wreck your studies, here’s some advice on how to weed them out before it’s too late.

1. Failing to Attend Classes or Lectures

It’s too easy to switch off the alarm, turn over and give class a miss. Don’t. You are missing more than just note taking and getting a copy of someone else’s notes won’t cut it because you’ve missed out on the rounded, whole discussion with your tutor and peers. Not only should you be getting to classes every time, you need to do advance reading so you can actually participate, too. Miss too many classes and you might be looking at getting kicked out of college.

Taking Too Few or Too Many Notes