What song do you LOVE to jam out to?
Ramen noodles. Easy Mac. Frozen pizza. Pop tarts. What do these have in common? Ohhh yeah, the infamous college cuisine.
So here’s a question: Is it physically realistic or even possible to eat healthy, decent meals in college?
Before I answer…
Choosing the right college for yourself when coming out of a high school is one of the toughest decision a young adult has to deal with. There are so many different things that a person needs to think about before making this decision including these listed.
Read more: http://knetbooksblog.com/2012/09/27/decision-process-when-trying-to-choose-the-right-school/#ixzz27gvLES1G
What do you do with the stack of textbooks that’s been collecting dust in your closet since 2010? Or just last semester? Whether you’d purchased them with scholarships, loans, or out of your pocket, (give-or-take) $400-$600 toward college textbooks a semester can seriously hurt.
Read more: http://knetbooksblog.com/2012/09/25/college-student-probs-what-to-do-with-textbooks-from-last-semester/#ixzz27VDD6Cl5
There are multiple ways in which college students pay attention in class, there are also different ways in which college students take notes. Some students simply have a photographic memory (which is unfair) and do not even have to take notes. Then there are students like myself who need to write everything they hear down so that they can go back and study. What kind of note taker are you?
Read more: http://knetbooksblog.com/2012/09/24/whats-your-strategy-towards-note-taking-in-a-college-classroom/#ixzz27PjWGZsZ