English | 2.5h | AVC (.MP4) 1280x720 30fps | AAC 44.1KHz 2ch | 1.2 Gb
Matriculation matters - making the best out of your College Experience from Freshman year to Senior Graduation.
What are the requirements?
Some previous knowledge of university level, academia would be a plus for this course, but it is not a prerequisite when registering. This course is designed to allow anyone looking to enter the world of higher learning.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 11 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!
How to get along with your first roommate and how to build a solid foundation for long-lasting friendships
How to deal with the stress of your first few weeks, and semester of college
How to properly study and prepare for tests and assignments
How to find academic assistance and tutoring when necessary
How to get the most from a lecture and take quality notes
Why you should take full advantage of your professors' office hours, and how it will help you to better understand what you are learning
What to do when you want to change your major and how to find your passion
How to find grants scholarships and what to do with student loans
What is the target audience?
Who this class is for: this class is for anyone who is going to attend their freshman year of college, whether they are an older student or straight-out-of-high-school. The knowledge provided in this course will help any new college student to survive and deal with the stress of their freshman year such as: how to study, how to take notes, and even how to read a textbook to retain as much information as possible. Along with many other things, such as how to find a good tutor or study group if you begin to struggle academically
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