College Freshman Zone 1 ~!!!

13976397978_a9ae7c81d1_oAre you a freshman in college?

If you are, this post is specially written for you!

A good college experience is something every person can enjoy. Unfortunately, many would-be students are filled with dread by the idea. Many people are apprehensive about going to college because it is all so new to them. Taking in information about college can be helpful.

Choose classes that interest you instead of the easy ones. There is great satisfaction in pushing your mental limits. A challenging course of study will teach you much more than a simple one that fails to engage you. It also improves your networking opportunities.

Make sure you get involved with activities on campus. There is always something going on around campus that you can join. Get involved! You can meet new friends, make good impressions, and keep from getting home sick. Just don’t overdo it. Remember you are there to learn first and foremost.

Make an effort to personally meet each of your professors at the start of the term. Be sure you know where they have their offices and understand how to get in touch with them easily. You must develop good relationships with your professors so that you will feel comfortable talking with them if you need help or an exception on a due date. Asking them out for a coffee or a lunch meeting is always a good gesture even though they might now take up your offer.

College freshman often feel a little homesick at the beginning. These feelings go away though, as you will feel better over time. Make some friends, try different activities and go home for the holidays to live a well-adjusted life on campus.

Don’t be afraid to switch schools, after a trial year if the school or program you have chosen is not suitable to you. Initially many students will feel awkward or homesick because of how different it is from what their life used to be. If, however, after a year has passed you still feel this way, then you may want to consider other options.

Make sure you are up on all the different scholarships and grants you may be eligible for. A lot of people do not think about the extra help they can get! You may also be eligible for a number of grants which you will not have to pay back.

Familiarize yourself with your schedule and where your classes are before the first day of school. Don’t forget to calculate how long it takes you to get from class to class and look for alternate routes. Also indicate other important places on your map.

Where you study is as important as the actual activity of studying. A dorm room is not usually a good place for studying. It is much better to find a study area that is completely quiet and free of all interruptions. Your school library is ideal for this use. When you cannot find a suitable place to study, you can also use special noise-cancelling headphones.

You should now know a little more about going to college. The above advice will help you in being successful and using your time more wisely. Use the tips presented, and your college career can be the one that you dream of.

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