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Life Skills for College Students - Summary & Learning Objectives
These articles will provide you with a way to discover strategies for preparing for college. They were assembled by our professional instructors to provide a mobile-device compatible way to review:
- Different ways to prepare for college
- What to pack for college
- Questions you should ask your college advisor
- Depression and how to deal with it in college
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1. How to Keep Yourself Motivated as an Independent Learner
Being an independent learner can be difficult, and many people find that it is hard to keep their momentum throughout a self-guided course. This lesson offers tips on how to change your mindset and environment in order to stay motivated.
2. How to Prepare for College
Get tips on preparing for college with this article. You'll be able to get information about how to get ready for studying, social situations and other aspects of college life.
3. Questions to Ask Your College Advisor
Get prepared to meet with your college advisor with this article. You'll learn about the kinds of questions you should ask your advisor regarding academics, job options, and your unique college experience.
4. Stress Management for College Students: Activities & Tips
Without a doubt, college is one of the most stressful times in a person's life. Luckily, there are many methods to combating this stress to live a healthier and more well-balanced life. Read this lesson to to find out more!
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