All colleges and universities start the new academic Spring 2013 semester this month. New hopes together with new year's resolutions come as part of the frame of reference of both the student and faculty-administration. Everyone wants a brand new, fresh start. It's a time to leave past, perhaps bad experiences of learning and teaching behind and to set anew the desires for more successful achievement. For you, the student, here are helpful recommendations to begin this new semester for a new beginning.
2. Meet your academic counselor, and remember his or her name.
3. Define your hopes in life and income.
4. Make your schedule.
5. Choose your classes and professors, not necessarily in that order.
6. Buy all your textbooks.
7. Attend the first session of each of your courses.
8. Attend all classes and be on time.
9. Don't skip class because you have to work.
10. Don't skip class because you have to study for another course or prepare for another exam.
11. Email your professor if you're absent.
12. Digitize and save all rough drafts or writing assignments before correcting them.
13. Avoid PLAGIARISM.
14. Carefully write, proofread, and digitize your writing.
15. Realize that not all professors grade the same way.
16. Submit your writing assignments early.
17. Seek help immediately.
18. Keep and archive all your written papers.
19. In future semesters, sign up for classes that require writing.
20. Save all printed and digitized writing assignments.
By considering to practice all these academic tips, it is possible to do well, prove that you have learned in your professor's class, and that you can be successful in both your academic commitments and for your future place of eventual employment - the kind of job you want where your skills as a responsible student will come in handily in the work environment.
BELIEVE ME: RIGHT NOW - GOING TO SCHOOL IS YOUR JOB!