Archive for July, 2010

Learning How to Study

The Boston Globe recently ran an article claiming that today’s college students aren’t studying as much as students from previous years. In the article, professors Philip Babcock and Mindy Marks state that today’s average student at a four-year institution studies for just 14 hours week, down from an average of 24 hours a week in 1961. While it is tempting to place the blame on the influx of ...

Finding Support in College

One of the biggest mistakes that students with attention, learning, or other needs make when they start college is not accessing the help available on campus. If you had any kind of tutoring, coaching or counseling on a regular basis during high school, you will need to find a way to replace that support in your college setting. For students with a diagnosed, disability, documentation should be sent ...
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