Midterms go one of two ways: you come out feeling uneasy, but did surprisingly well, or you come out feeling uneasy and totally bombed. If you& the latter (don& worry, I& been there), hopefully you will reevaluate what you did to prepare for that.
We all know the stress and anxiety of feeling like something is going to fall through the cracks. This post explains ways to use a planner to reduce your anxiety and keep on top of all the important "to-dos" in your life.
The days go quickly—too quickly. My first tip for making the most of your time is a well organized list. You can scoff, you can try 500 different to-do list apps—-but I’m willing to bet that when it comes down to it—-seeing your list, goals, and appointme
College students today are more tech savvy than ever before. Just how important is technology to their academic lives? Check the infographic for the full picture of how technology is changing college students’ lives.