1. Take a year before school usually does not start; "find you" in the summer after you finish high school. The best time to start and finish university is at 18 and 22. It's harder to start and finish college after this age, because your responsibility increases when you get older
2. Understand the number of classes and credits you need to graduate and distribute them over the number of times it will take for you to graduate; usually 8 semesters in 4 years. Note that some universities refer to "units" and "vacation time", instead of "classes" and "units". If you attend classes in the summer, you can describe your stress during the school year or graduate early. Also note that increasing students are completing college for 5 years, instead of starting 4 years of age.
3. Do not wait until the last minute to organize your classes.
4. When choosing a course, take one strong class, two moderate classes and one simple class; do not dig yourself by taking all the difficult classes per semester.
5. Spread your classes for at least 4 days a week. This will usually spread your final exam. You would like to avoid having to take multiple final examinations on a particular day.
6. Ask other students about their experience with professors and keep a list of good and bad professors. Professors are also assessed on the internet. Avoid bad professors.
7. When scheduling is categorized, be aware of the location of such categories. You do not want to rush between categories to avoid being late.
8. Get your books in advance when possible.
9. At the beginning of each semester, plan all assignments and tests; be organized for each semester; make use of a written or electronic planner.
10. Turn off the phone while you start the class while you learn.
11. Spend your homework over seven days. Do not fall behind your homework.
12. View your textbook every night and add them when needed.
13. Before submitting pages, use the spell check on your computer and justify your statements.
14. Professionals usually do business during office hours, do not be afraid to ask for help.
15. Do not drop classes; Professors emphasize the subject matter of the tests.
16. Some professors offer an old test at a library, or online; look at them when available.
17. When studying a test, learn what you do not know, instead of the material you know. Do not always review content from the oldest section to the latest section. Some time, start with the latest section and work backwards.
18. Two weeks before the final exam is complete, your entire focus should be to complete your final examinations and study for such examinations.
19. Before you start the first answer on any test, quickly scan the entire test so you can allocate your time between questions.
20. If you have completed an exam early, take time to check the answers before the exam is changed.
21. When it comes to choosing a major one, choose something you like, something that interests you and something that allows you to live after college.
22. After you have chosen a master's degree, be aware that you will not be offered a university degree every semester. Therefore, plan your program accordingly, so you do not need to take an additional treatment or two to complete your courses.
23. Search for an internship this summer to gain experience in the chosen field and prepare for career post graduation.
24. Treat universities like full time You must do a significant part of each day to attend classes and study.
25. Keep a list of those professors who are interested in your performance and who you think will be ready to provide you with tips on college or when applying for a job.
26. Start your work as soon as possible after graduation from university.
27. If you need to borrow for school, just take what you need. Alternatively, consider attending community schools for the first two years to reduce outstanding student loans when you are done.
28. Do not use student loans to pay for Spring Break or other holidays; you will regret it later.
29. In addition, you can go to a four-year college that you can continue to and also a viable option, which also helps you save for college or college life.
30. If you need to work part-time while visiting university, collect your working hours for a few days if possible. This will reduce downtime, which involves preparing for and traveling to and from work.
31. If your parents are paying for your tuition, room and table and meals, thank them repeatedly; They are making sacrifices for the benefit.
32. If you are renting an apartment or house, read the rent well before signing up. Immediately after entering, check the apartment or house carefully and submit a dated list of damage and repairs required for your apartment or house. If possible, it would also be useful to take a date tag or video during transport and after leaving the apartment or house. University teachers are notorious for excessive repair costs and refuse to repay security deposits.
33. When you leave your apartment or house, make sure to transfer utility accounts out of your name. Do not rely on roommates who may be in the apartment or house for a supplementary period. If these utility bills are unpaid and ending in collection, they will damage your credit rating for many years.
34. If you live in the campus, consider buying a food plan so you can eat in the nearby dorm between classes, to avoid hassle returning home for lunch.
35. Stay in touch with your parents and siblings. This will keep you grounded and you will feel safer.
36. Ask your parents to keep the bedroom untouched so you have something to come home to and feel good when time is strong when you're home when you're home for the summer and the vacation or when you just want to visit.
37. Get some rest Treat universities like marathon, and not like a 100-meter rush.
38. Take a shower every day and wash your clothes regularly; It will lead you to be desirable and effective.
39. Learn to manage your time.
40. Limit your tattoo, body size and gauging. If you limit the same, you will notice when you get older.
41. Do not be classified as it is the last day of your life; all in moderation, which includes spring break.
42. When you join, do not waste yourself; nothing good comes out of it.
43. Inevitably, the police will come up with the people you are applying to show them respect and behave in their presence.
44. Do not drink and run. Note that being targeted as a minor in custody can also have a detrimental effect on your career.
45. Walk away from the conflict. There is no need to get a brawl over anything.
46. Avoid participating in hazing. If you participate in hazing, use your common sense; Make sure that the person is not compromised.
47. If you become sexually active, exercise safe sex and contraception. Remember that some sexually transmitted diseases are forever; and "no!" means "no!".
48. Be a leader, not a follower.
49. There is no deputy for dedication and work. Your effort should be 100% at all times.
50. To succeed, you have to catch the bull with the horns, hold your foot halfway up and try to control it.
51. Success in college and getting a college degree is aimed at a better life. Do not delete this.