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New Year's Resolution 2015: Study Smarter - Build the Strategy to Boost your Grades
Many students revise last year in these days and think what to do better next year. Usually, those are some specific tasks. Typically, such resolutions blow up in one or two months. But what about to form a strategy that will lead to better grades?
It is sad fact that suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students in the U.S.A. Six percent of undergraduate students and 4% of graduate students in the U.S.A. seriously considered committing suicide. And 48% of undergraduate students and 38% of graduate students thought about dying in the last 12 months. Pressure in school is one of the main factors contributing to such thinking. (Drum et al. 2009, Suicide.org)
“I know what does it mean when your child is thinking about committing suicide as the solution of demanding study results.” It said the founder of the project “School Can Be Fun” Vit Skala, Ph.D., the project that helps students to be less stressed at school. Realistic description of the most liked job and setting goals leading to the fulfilment of this dream is the first part of study strategy that will strengthen students in their challenging time. You will realize after that it is enough you will focus only on several courses, and you do not have to be stressed by all assignments rolling on you. To recognize your prevailing learning style and adopting appropriate study habits are next steps.
There are many good resources on Internet, which may help in this process. Under one roof tool is online course “Improve Your Study Skills in Two Hours - Ace Exams (https://www.udemy.com/
So build your study strategy, study smarter and rejoice in summer that you already fulfilled your resolution for the year 2015!