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Benefits to getting a college degree
Studying for Exams (for Students)
Studying for exams is crucial especially if you have a hard subject or if you happen to have 2 or more exams in one week.
To get a good start in studying and to not completely fail your exams, you should probably attend class. First step is to clean and organize your book-bag! Start with some good notes and listen. I know we daydream in some of our classes but that is honestly the path to failure lol
Some people like to study in groups even if you're in different class or subjects but the best possible way without distractions is to study in a quiet place by yourself.
Motivate yourself and have a reward afterwards only if you finish. That should push you forward to meeting your deadline and can leave you feeling productive. The proper way to study is to also have study breaks, this way you're giving yourself some relax time to calm your mind down. It helps with stress.
The best most productive way to study is to have plenty of sleep before studying or the night before. It's essential that you study but at the same time, you should prepare so that you can concentrate at the time instead of studying and yawning the whole entire time.
Make sure to read your syllabus and ask for a study guide. Search for other study guides that other universities may published online. Those can be very helpful and can benefit you especially if you current instructor sucks at teaching.
The best tip is to make your studying a habit or a routine, this is so you get use to studying and don't have to plan it but instead just starting and doing it.
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Making a resume
You need to have a professional resume if you want success in attaining your dream job! A resume shows your skills, experience and achievements you've attained.
You need to make a great first impression because the first thing the employer will see about you is your resume. This means making your resume appealing. It all starts with your text and your formatting. Making sure you stay with 11 or 12 size fonts. Choose a professional font and the right spaces between your paragraph and sentences.
Bold the headings like education or work experience.
Your page should have one inch margins all the way around with 1.5 or 2 point line spacing.
Have a good looking heading and make sure it has the information that includes your name, your home and your email address and most importantly your phone number. Have this one larger like a 14 or 15 font. Make changes and compare to other resumes and see what looks appealing to you and to potential employers. Stay professional!
Next is picking your layout. Do you want a chronological, functional or combination layout?
Do you want your resume to focus more on your skills, education or on your experience?
Make sure to have a good list of your employment history. What you put on your employment history will sometimes depend on what you are applying for. If you got fired from a job, think about the consequence of including that on your resume.
Next is your educational history. Do you have a college degree or a high school diploma. Make sure to include that in there! Have the years you attended, the address and the degree you majored in.
Next is your qualifications and your special skills. What can you put on there that can pertain and relate to the position and job youre applying for.
Don't forget to include references. Good luck and make a great first impression!
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