After a decade plus more years of school, you might have just begun to get the hang of acing being an on-campus student. However, being an online student is a whole other ball game. It requires more dedication and commitment than one would expect. A few rules to follow that may or may not help you succeed …
- Do not procrastinate. Keep tabs on all of your assignments as well as course materials. Whether you have to keep a planner or tape sticky notes everywhere, maintain your preferred way of keeping up to date on your due dates.
- Allocate a specific time and place to learn the material as well as apply your knowledge to complete the assignments.
- Ask questions and communicate regularly with your fellow classmates and professor. There is no such thing as a stupid question unless that question is never asked. I highly recommend a study buddy not only to study for exams but also to keep each other updated on future assignments and to keep reminding each other of due dates.
Whatever floats your boat…row with it, but Make sure to keep floating!!!
My name is Zoya Ansari and I graduated from Chattahoochee High School. My major is computer science. I enjoy math; however, calculus is harder than it seems. My favorite sports to play are basketball and volleyball. In addition, I am interested in the environment. I like to participate in eco-friendly projects, such as hazardous waste recycle and clean the river projects. I started recycling on a daily basis, and now my entire family recycles. All in all, I would like to get my bachelor’s degree, get a job, and work my way up the career ladder. Hopefully all will work out!
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