Midterm season is coming up and whether you’re a college freshman or senior, we all know the struggle. Here are...
Raise your hand if you've spent more time coming up with an excuse to skip your exam than actually studying.
Along with those tips tailored to your type of studying, we've got some general ones that can help you in the classroom as well.
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As if you needed another reminder that you have that giant midterm in two days.
Finals are here, but it doesn't have to be a frightening subject! If you are stressing about your upcoming tests, take a deep breath - because we're all in this together. Test-taking is not everyone's strongest suit, but with careful planning and a focused mind, anyone can survive the insanity of final exam week. Here are a few tips to get you on track - and prepare you to make mincemeat out of those tests!
Just because you have devote your free time to studying doesn't mean you can't look stylish while doing it. Right? Right.
You are slumped over your desk, your eyes hurt from hours of reading, and you feel trapped in the library. You want to stop studying more than you’ve ever wanted anything, but you are only halfway through the material and your midterm is in a week! Rescue yourself before you have a Youtube-worthy breakdown with some tried and true study hacks.
There are only 4 days (well, more like 3 days, 22 hours and 12 minutes) until your flight takes off for Cancun. You've got 6 lectures and 2 discussion sections between you and the smell of SPF 30/sweet, sweet freedom, but your brain has been checked out for days.
’m not sure if it’s the bad weather or the senioritis or my inability to focus on any one task for more than five minutes at a time, but I’ve been in quite the mood these past few days. And I’m taking my anger out on February, this too short, unproductive, cold, depressing, and generally annoying month.
With study sessions fueled by Hot Pockets and Monster energy drinks, Thanksgiving has been the light at the end of this dark tunnel. Seeing family and friends, eating a hearty home-cooked meal, and doing absolutely nothing but sleeping and shopping for days in a row... it's almost too good to be true.
Dear CollegeCandy, Thank you so much for your topics on health and fitness. As a college student, I feel very self-conscious about my body, and it causes a great deal of self-esteem issues. Especially around midterms, eating binges for me are fairly common. What is the best way to prevent this? Also, I live with two boys who eat WHATEVER they want... how do I avoid eating what they eat??