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What students need to know to succeed in college
This article gives you the information about how to succeed in college
Personal qualities that support academic success
students who have the following personal characteristics are more chances of success in college
*Self-consciousness and self-acceptance
*Proactivity unlike reactivity
*skills in setting short and use long-term goal
*effective support systems
*strong emotional coping strategies
Understand the rights of a student in college
People with special educational needs are guaranteed special materials, the primary and secondary schools, such as people with disabilities Education Act and Article 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. But in college, no guarantee of protection available. Therefore, students must work with colleges to get comfortable with reasonable accommodation to facilitate their success.
It is better to have psychological or educational testing, which ended at least three years before applying to college because colleges generally require recent evidence to support a request for accommodation.
students will have to inform the school of their educational needs through registration with the Office on campus who is in charge of examination and granting of accommodations. This office goes by names such as support services for students with disabilities or special services office.
Typical reasonable accommodation that colleges may choose to provide include:
Extra time for conducting tests offers a known beneficiary When the evidence in a separate room test student read orally and / or the students answers Were transcript or typewriter use the recorder save guidance lessons (some schools have turned tutor students with special needs, however, most schools guidance for all students, ensure that both sources) When the demand load reduction of class full time rule of law for health insurance, when, of course, reduce the load
Instructors and professors have the power to make decisions that can help students be more successful. Here are some of the changes a student might be able to negotiate in each case: Get the permission of the instructor to change any transfer or obtain an extension to finish the job for advice on the selection of classes and asked the instructor instructors to grant an incomplete, rather than one F, but be aware of school policy regarding the compensation from & I
Action steps a student should take to build a solid college support network:
*Think through what kind of support you'd like to have from your parents and friends and express your needs before you go to college
*Think about the kind of academic support you'll need (for example, will you need tutoring) and make plans to set this up
*Don't suffer in silence—speak out, reach out when you need to
*Get professional, trained help when you need it: tutors, doctors, etc.
Students who do well to understand. They know their strengths and have developed methods to minimize the effects of their weaknesses. They also have a clear idea of their short range and long-term goals and is committed to achieving these goals.
These self-defense measures will help students get the support they need, but others not only as themselves!
*Have a clear plan to graduate in a certain time frame and set your schedule to realistically accomplish this plan
*Logically plan the kind of support you need to give to yourself!
*Meet with your teachers regularly
*Don't wait until things get bad to see you need a different approach; if it isn't working—try another approach
*Pause, think and reflect before diving in—avoid the "Opps! and regret"
*Remember: resistance and avoidance stunt maturity; meet challenges had on and don't be afraid to make mistakes
*Evaluate and think through setbacks—they are the teachers of success!
*Success is a consistent mindset that says "I can do this, I will do this!"
*Everything goes better when you get enough sleep and eat more healthy foods
*Plan ahead on how to manage stress, loneliness, and change
*Seek balance in all things—academics, relationships, pursuit of interests, career development, spiritual growth
*Seek out stabilizing forces (people, classes, work experiences, living arrangements, etc.)
*As soon as you identify a problem surfacing in a class, figure out how to remove it from your path
*Make better time estimates; after you figure out how long you think it will take you to do what you need to do, multiply that by as least 150%
*Keep your long-term, personal goals front and center in your mind, guiding you through the tough times!
*Reward yourself for meeting your deadlines and achieving your goals!
Students learn to master the skills and study techniques that use their strength to learn to succeed in college. Follow these tips: Develop a realistic study schedule and stick to it! Do not lose your spontaneity of the college fair and critical review of its study of approaches to find what works and do not put emphasis on the boring "or unpleasant tasks, in doing so will let you off guard and destroy your letter, and finding a way to see the value it brings to you as an individual or a professional to take frequent breaks short when his attention fades Keep a calendar and assignment book, record all deadline dates, test dates and contests, etc.
studio work sessions calendar / planning back The work of classmates, students who are strong and stay on track as you read, stop frequently tell the main idea and details of their words, how to read, take notes, write down the questions and related ideas, and make images material to improve understanding and retention of material read before going to class, take notes or outline, and fill in the additional material in class to listen to ask for clarification if you miss the details of the increase in concentration, listening situations
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