In contrast to the academic requirements of high school, college courses present a much heavier, more consistent workload. And with everything else that college students have to manage -- jobs, personal life, relationships, physical health, cocurricular obligations -- it can sometimes seem like getting your homework done is an impossible feat. At the same time, however, not getting your work done is a recipe for disaster. So, what tips and tricks can you use to get your homework done in college? Use these tips to create a process that works for you and your personal study style.
Sometimes students prefer the independence and control of studying alone. Other students need a study group to help motivate them. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of group study vs self-study, and when students should choose either option. Fewer Distractions Students who choose to study alone can focus completely on the material.
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The topic, no, just the word itself, sparks controversy. It has for a long time. Drawing on the theories of his fellow educational progressive, psychologist G.
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