The new year has finally arrived, and with it has come the time for new year’s resolutions. From healthier eating to more productive days, it may be difficult to know which resolution is right for you.Studying may seem like a big part of your life now, but it may become an even bigger part once you enter college. Still, there are only so many hours in the day! How can you make sure that you still have time to pursue personal interests while in college? Work on developing more efficient, effective study habits, of course! Consider testing popular study styles, like the pomodoro method, or academic software and websites, like Anki. You should also take time to discover your personal preferences, like whether you prefer to study in quiet spaces or with music or whether you prefer to study alone or in a groupMaybe you catch yourself wondering why you get lower grades than another student or can’t pick up new topics as quickly. We’ve all done it - the question is how to stop doing it. Comparing yourself to others can feel tiring and frustrating and can actually cause us to preform worse at school, but it can be difficult to stop. Consider thinking about what positive aspects you bring to the table and distancing yourself from spaces that make you feel inferior. You want to go into the next school year feeling confident and prepared, not doubting your abilities.
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