Freshmen Survival Guide

Freshmen Survival Guide
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  • BEING A MESS IS NOT THE BEST!
  • I lost my homework again!
  • DON'T JUST GUESS, STUDY FOR THAT TEST!
  • DON'T STAND IN THE WAY. MOVE TO THE SIDE I SAY!
  • Seriously! Right in the middle!?
  • If you aren't organized it can really affect you. I use to never be organized. Everything was just thrown into my bag. I was always losing my homework and it took a toll on my grades. When I took the time to become organized, it improved my grades and another paper was never lost again.
  • BE SO COOL, GET INVOLVED IN THE SCHOOL!
  • Everyone has a different method for studying. My method was to create little phrases/songs to help me remember the material. I would do this with friends and it proved very effective for all of us. Get other people involved! Studying doesn;t have to be boring. Make it fun!
  • SURROUND YOURSELF WITH FRIENDS WHO HELP YOU MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICES IN THE END!
  • The hallways are small, so make it easier on your surrounding peers and get a move on. If you wanna chat with friends, get out of the way and move to the side. It is VERY aggravating when I'm strolling down the hall and their is a group of people huddle in the middle of it. 
  • ASK ABOUT THE TASK!
  • I'm not understanding this concept. Would you mind helping me?
  • Become a part of extracurricular activities!  Tryout for some sports if they interest you or become part of a club. I love all aspects of art so I always sign up to partake in Art clubs. Find a club that aligns with your interest and sign up! Don't look back and regret not being apart of things.
  • Welcome to Art Club!
  • Surround yourself with the right people! I am someone who never associates themselves with drugs/alcohol.  I'm 100% not interested. So I've surrounded myself with people who think or feel the same way is amazing! Be a part of a friend group that only pushes you to succeed. 
  • I don't understand a lot when it comes to math. I'm not gonna lie, math isn't my best subject. So when a concept isn't clicking, I go ask my teacher and peers to help explain it to me.  Not understnading is okay but not trying to understand is not okay. It is okay to ask for help.
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