One mistake students make with having a reading routine is that they do not have a planned time. The essence of having a specific time is to help you stay consistent to this act. You need to be deliberate with your reading.
Discipline is the breakfast of a champion. … More 5 Ways to be a Straight ‘A’ Student
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?
There’s a short-term and there’s also a long-term memory and basically most people find themselves between either of these two, but on whichever side one is, there is always room for improvement especially when it comes to students and teens. … More Improving your Memory as a Student
God is not only interested in our spiritual life but He wants to be the controller of every aspect of our life and as such, we must realize that our academics are part of the platform to fulfilling God’s purpose for our lives. God wants us to stand out and shine as a Christian student so that people will see and give glory to Him. … More A Balanced Teenage Christian Student
There’s a big-boy/big-girl wave that comes with your admission to high school. As a growing teenager, you begin to understand and yield to the concept of money- the positives and the negatives. Do not see this as just another post on managing and saving money. It is much more, with practical examples, specifically because they have all worked out for me and a few others I know … More Ways High Schoolers Can Start Managing their Money
If you don’t know what you want to study, then you can’t help but choose what your parents want and along the line, you might discover yourself and then notice that you’ve been chasing after the wind. Sometimes, you might want what your parents want but your strength academically is not smiling at you … More Should I Study What My Parents Want or What I Want?
Good content involves a professionally or standard website design, intellectual and interactive topics, accurate and fact-checked information and more. Whatever you’re blogging about, you want to make sure that your blog is a positive addition to the internet, with sound content that’ll equip people with the right information. … More Can Blogging Help Relieve Academic Stress?
I once sat for a test in school and I got 0.5 out of 20 marks. I felt very dejected because I didn’t even know the questions at all. But when the final semester results came out, I got 74.5 as the final score. … More The Excellent Student IV- Effects of Cheating
Form your circle, if you know you don’t easily understand things you are reading alone.
Form your circle if you know you are the easily distracted type of student.
Form your circle if you know you can influence the people you call friends … More The Excellent Student series II