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At university, many students begin to worry less about their grades than they did in school. However, a low GPA in high school can prevent you from qualifying for some companies or continuing to study at a prestigious university. To help you study effectively, personal statement writing service review gathered 5 tips for freshmen from graduates. They told you how to make the most of your time in college.

1. Define and prioritize your goals
What do you want to accomplish in life? Even if you are still just deciding what you want to do after you graduate, you have desires and aspirations (otherwise you wouldn't be reading this article). Define your goals. Be ambitious and think big! Make a list of goals and revisit it periodically. It will motivate you to get better every day and prioritize your goals.

2. Nurture your interest and be curious

Any, even the most "useless" subject can become less boring if you try to find in it something interesting for yourself. A variety of knowledge broadens your horizons. You can never guess where and when they will be useful. Suddenly, for example, you suddenly manage to keep up a conversation about a rare hobby of your future client, you will be able to get him to like you and as a result, you will get a big project for your company.

3. Break out the procrastination!
It's not a good idea to start preparing for the exam overnight. Not only will you forget what you have learned in a few days, you will also not get enough sleep, feel unwell, and lose concentration on the exam. The key to successful learning - study every day. It is known that we remember information better in small parts. Break down the topic into sections and study one whole at a time. Make a study schedule and follow it strictly. Learn the basics of time management so you can allocate your time properly.

4. Practice self-control and discipline

Discipline and the ability to make yourself work will help you not only at university but also in your future career. Successful people clearly control themselves, their actions, and their emotions. Follow a schedule and study every day, focusing on one task at a time. Get rid of anything that can distract you for the duration of the exercise. Do not be distracted by social networks and the Internet - use special applications that temporarily block access to the network. Turn off all the reminders and alerts on your cell phone. Explain to your parents, friends, boyfriend or girlfriend that you can answer later. Remove pets from your room.

5. Follow the daily routine and be physically active
To be a successful student and keep your productivity at the right level, you need to keep yourself in good shape and have plenty of energy. To do this, you need to sleep 8-9 hours a day and exercise your own body. Get up early - that way you will have more time to study. People are more productive and focused in the morning. And in the evenings we are more inclined to rest and put things off until the next day. Exercise your body! Sports and an active lifestyle will give you a huge amount of energy, which will allow you to think faster and remember new information. This will leave you with more time for pleasant activities. Plus, sports are a great way to switch up your activities.

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