My first tip is to always participate in class and raise your hand, even if you are afriaid that you'll get the answer wrong.
This way, you won't be shy and it will be easier for you to work in groups with people you don't know. Also you will stand out more and the teacher will know you better.
The more people you know, the better. These people could help you in the future and they could end being you friend.
Hi, I'm John. I am currently at the University of Cleveand, also known as UCO and I have a 4.0 GPA. People always see me as a talented and smart person but I had to go through many challenges and struggle to get to where I am now. Let me show you some of the tips I have used.
My second tip to prepare for college is to keep a positive attitude. If you keep a positive attitude, you could positively prime yourself and others.
Even though I'm shorter, I could still win.
For example, in sports, if you are playing a very good teamand you prime yourself and others negatively, you are most likely not going to win. But, if you prime yourself positively, you have a better chance of wining.
Positively priming yourself could also affect others.
For example, John and I were playing a basketball game against the best team i nthe state. We though we were going to lose but still positively primed each other which led to our championship win.