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A day in the life of … a communication sciences and disorders student (who is disorganized)

You would think that by this time, I would have things together. Really, though. After seven semesters of college, I should be totally organized. I should be walking into class on the first day with all my books in my perfectly cleaned out backpack. I should have fresh highlighters, not the old, dried out ones from sophomore year. I should have a color coded agenda book and immediately write out the quiz and test dates after I received each syllabus on the first day of class. I should have gotten up … Continue Reading

Find a study spot that doesn’t distract you


We love to hate it.

As much as I despise the idea of sitting down and focusing on reviewing my class material, it’s important, if not one of the most crucial steps, in earning your degree. You need a textbook, a notepad, a pen, a clear mind and the perfect setting.

Most of us forget just how important it is to find a study space that matches the focus we need. Some people need music, while others need silence. Some need to study with groups, while some need to be alone.  It’s all up to you on where and how you study.

I … Continue Reading

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