“I’m gonna fail this Algebra test.”
Does this sound like you? Is your Algebra class kicking your butt?
Registering for an Algebra class soon and afraid of not passing?
You’re not the only one who feels this way. There are plenty of students who think they’re in a whirlwind of numbers and letters as they try to come out of their math class alive.
But have you ever wondered how some of your classmates who seemed to struggle in math ended up passing with As and high Bs?
“How’d they do that?!” you probably asked to yourself, “… we were just talking about how we knew we would both fail this class…” 🤔
Something was going on behind the scenes that may have been a bit more intense than you thought.
A study routine, maybe?
Now I’m sure you can agree that it can be frustrating when everything makes sense in class, but studying at home results in a downward spiral into the abyss of confusion.
But home is where the math-gic happens!
How can you make your math study sessions effective, progressive and, dare I say, enjoyable? Apply the five keys I’ve outlined for you below and download your KOG Math Notes-to-Study Binder Sheets to get you math-confident, organized, and studying better.
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The new school year is quickly approaching, and I am so excited for all the incoming freshman who are heading off to college this August.
Before August gets here, though, I wanted to touch on one of my favorite companies ever, Erin Condren! I love their products, and I think all incoming students should own products from the brand. Today on the blog, I am going to walk you through a few of the top Erin Condren products every incoming college student needs!
Let’s face it; we have all studied last minute before.
It sucks when the clock is running down, but you still have a ton of pages to read, study, and digest.
Today’s article will help you study when you are short on time so you can get focused, get to work, and stop yourself from crying over your textbooks.
Related Reading: How To Study When You Feel Unmotivated; What To Do When You Feel Overwhelmed In College (Guest Post On Chase The Write Dream)
Vetting your academic sources is essential. Your academic research depends on you picking sound articles and books to critique and draw upon. If you choose the wrong sources, you run the risk of your entire article being distrusted and thrown out. Using structurally sound articles is even more critical when you are writing for an audience that’s wider than your classroom like at a conference or in a small journal. You want to make sure that your research reflects the time and energy you spent writing your paper.
Today we are going to look at seven things you can look at when you are vetting your academic sources.
As a note: Use your best judgment. Whenever I looked for sources in college and graduate school, I never had to look super hard. Some of these you should look at by default, but you may not have to go so deep. If something doesn’t seem quite right, go through more of these steps until you are satisfied that you are using a good source.