Saturday, 23 May 2020

The best tips and advice for students

The best tips and advice for students

If you’re studying for your GCSE’s, A-Levels, or even at university, then this post will help provide the best tips and advice for you. Additionally, this post should provide insight into how you can get the most out of your experience and get the best grades. 

1. Organise 

To help you manage your workload and other commitments outside of your education, you need to be organised. To help with this, a spreadsheet or a diary will help you become more organised. Additionally, being more organised or finding ways which can help you will even help you with things like sorting out your finances and even budgeting. 

2. Independent study 

It doesn’t matter if you attend all of your scheduled lessons or lectures, you will not do well if you only rely on the content provided by teachers and lecturers. You have to work independently and outside of the classroom in order to do your best. This will also help you in understanding the content you’re studying. 

3. Attendance 

Turn up to all of your assigned classes. If you don’t attend your lectures and only rely on the presentations which are made available online, then you won’t do as well as you can. If you turn up, then you’re more likely to find out things which aren’t on the presentation or made available online. 
Also, if you have seminars or workshops, and you have to do work in advance for the session, then don’t skip the class! Do the work and turn up. This is the only way to test yourself and find out if you’re really understanding the content or not. 

4. Do the prep! 

At university, lecturers won’t chase you around demanding you to do your work. At university level, you become independent, and you have to take accountability for your actions. So, if you get some work set in advance, then just complete it. Don’t skip the session. 
Also, if you’re doing your A-levels or studying at school, then teachers are most likely to ask why you haven’t done it, and there are consequences for not doing the work. The best advice is to complete the work you get as it will help you at university. It is also less hassle. 

5. Ask for help when you need it 

Teachers/lecturers are there to help you. They want you to do well and succeed. The only way you’re going to do well and understand content properly is by asking for help when you need it. Don’t be afraid to ask for help when you need it. Also, don’t be afraid to ask the questions you find silly (most likely, other people will be thinking of the same question but may be too afraid to ask). 

These are my five best tips and advice for students. What advice or tips would you give to students? 

Thanks for reading!
Until next time, take care, and keep smiling.
Ramshaa Rose

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