Academic Tips: Brain Rules- Attention

Multitasking when it comes to paying attention is a myth. The brain naturally focuses on concepts sequentially, not at a time. Attach each lecture to a very good emotion/vibe. Don‘t trust your brain to retain it all, make good notes as you actively participate in the class. … More Academic Tips: Brain Rules- Attention

The Transition from School to Career

Don’t just settle for average or the bare minimum. Exude excellence. Mean what you say and say what you mean. Be a person who your boss can depend on to get the task done effectively within the set period of time. Don’t just sit around and wait for work to be handed over to you. Actively engage and look for ways in which you can help solve a problem. … More The Transition from School to Career

How Do I Convince My Parents About My Course of Choice?

If you didn’t have the chance to go for your passion in the first instance, it isn’t the end of the world. See it as an opportunity and not as a loss or waste of time. You can achieve that which you set your mind on. Time has not been wasted; you have gained more knowledge. But make sure you never drop your passion. … More How Do I Convince My Parents About My Course of Choice?

Frequently Asked Questions by Teenagers About the University

I remember the smile on my face when I received my admission letter. I received it with such a great demeanor and pride that I was now an undergraduate, even though I had no idea what undergraduates do in a university. Getting admission into a tertiary institution is a great deal, and it is a milestone. The first step into greatness and educational success. The best way to manage your passion is to understand what you want, and start developing yourself in it. … More Frequently Asked Questions by Teenagers About the University