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10 Tips for Students A Janet Thiel, OSF, PhD Assistant Vice-President for Academic Affairs Neumann University

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Go to class. The #1 counsel from upperclass understudies to first year recruits is "Go to class!" There is not a viable replacement for being there – both rationally and physically. Consider every class as a chance to gain some new useful knowledge.

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Get to know the teachers Get to know the educators and let them become more acquainted with you. Elucidate course content. Go over exams. Get coaching. Assemble connections for letters of proposal.

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Get to know different understudies in your class. Get telephone numbers and email addresses for no less than 2 understudies in each of your classes. Structure a study gathering and meet routinely. Talk about material and test each other. Utilize the www.neumann.edu site and BlackBoard Vista site for your classes to impart effortlessly.

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Use Time Management Techniques. Prepare: Use a timetable, logbook and a day by day schedule. Separate substantial errands into little parts. Utilize your "prime time" for study. Parity your time for study, entertainment, rest, and so forth. Arrange enough study time. Keep in mind that a full time understudy implies a 40 hour study/class week!

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Study Effectively Know where and when you concentrate adequately—home, apartment, study lounge, library, vacant classroom, and so forth. Expel diversions. Be reliable. Plan study time!

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Know your style Know your learning style – visual, sound-related, or material. Utilize your qualities to concentrate successfully. Discover your style online at http://www.learning-styles-online.com

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Prepare for Class Do the appointed perusing before class. Audit every syllabus week after week. Utilize a framework for perusing your course readings. Transform an aloof practice into a dynamic one. Do assignments on time!

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Note to Self: Take Good Notes Use great note-taking strategies. Compose your notes for study – "signals on the left to test yourself on your notes, individual notes on the all right, visual accentuation for essential focuses, and a synopsis to gather material. Study notes inside 24 hours, before the following class, toward the end of the week and a few times before exams.

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Get Ready for Exams Prepare for exams as you would a marathon. Survey material more than once: the more you audit, the more you recollect. Use past exams as a study guide. Use streak cards. Make rundown sheets to audit material from your content and notes (i.e., diagrams, outlines, networks, and so on.) Use memory helpers for retaining. Audit your past exams with your teacher. Examine what you did wrong and make another arrangement of study for the following exam, in light of what you realized. Permit enough time to ponder for exams. Start no less than one week ahead for a noteworthy exam.

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Balance Your Life Balance your scholastic existence with grounds association. Participate in extraordinary encounters to supplement your scholarly life: temporary positions, authority encounters, administration open doors, concentrate abroad, clubs, and so forth. Figure out how to request help. Use grounds assets: Wellness Center, Health Center, Disability Support Services, Academic Resource Center (ARC), Career Development Office, Library Services, and so on

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Get an Academic Coach To help you make the evaluations you need, go to the John C. Passage Academic Resource Center (ARC)! We offer individual scholastic coaching, workshops, and a PC learning lab to help you with every one of the aptitudes you should be an A ctive understudy. www.neumann.edu/scholastics/arc.asp Work with your Advisor to keep you on the pathway to graduation! Make a degree fulfillment plan and survey it with your counsel every semester. The Advising Center will be happy to give you the direction expected to explore Neumann\'s street to a certain extent! Both the Advising Center and the Arc are situated on the ground floor. Simply take after the signs!

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