I have yet to take an online class in my college experience so I knew I didn’t have much to say on the topic. I sat down with my friends Kim and Sarah and asked them each to give me their opinions on taking online classes here’s what they said!
It this what you’re apartment looked like last night?
Yup, it’s that time again. Finals week, where us as students literally could go brain-dead from trying to cramp massive amounts of memorization into our already exploding brain cells, in a two week time span.Two weeks if you’re lucky, the average student will admit to not doing the bulk of their studying for an exam until the night before. No matter how many times we tell ourselves we’re going to start studying ahead of time, cramming seems to be the only way we things ever get done.You;re stress and anxiety levels during this two week crunch time will test your breaking point, here are some tips on controlling your stress during finals week.
C’mon don’t let all that money go to waste;
visit my Academics page with tips on getting A’s.
Academics This page is dedicated to bettering your studies.
- 5 Steps Towards Getting an A
- Tips for Actually Getting the Homework Done
- My Go-To Academic Help Websites
- Controlling Your Stress During Finals Week
Social This page is all about the other side of college dating and partying
- Tips From a Chick to a Man
- Woman to Woman
- Notes From a Bartender
- My Favorite Places to Party in NYC
Practical Here is where all the advice in between falls… cause there’s a lot more to know about college than school work, dating, and drinking
- The Freshman 15 is No Myth
- 5 Reasons to Greek or Not to Greek
- Expanding Your Network
- My Go-To Websites
Hi!! Thanks so much for viewing my site. Your here cause you need some tips or advice about anything and everything college related. This is my blog so the tips and advice are from my first hand experience and interviews I’ve conducted with other students.
Everyone’s college experience will be different, especially with the millions of different ways to gain higher education. There’s vast differences between universities and colleges, community colleges and online classes, and part-time students to full-time students.
Where am I coming from?..
My name is Karyn Jacobs I’m 22 and I’m a social butterfly, who’d rather make mistakes in the real world than learn about them in a classroom. I am a quick learner and would rather teach myself a formula from a book than have it awkwardly explained to me by a teacher I can’t relate to.
I am a 4th year student at St. John’s University, I am currently taking courses towards my major in Public Relations, and a minor in Events Management. St. John’s is a very diverse University, in the heart of Jamaica, Queens. It’s diversity comes from it’s mix of full-time on campus students and part-time commuter students and international students and out-of-state students.
I lived on campus for my freshman year, the rules and regulations are strict at St. John’s University, due to the urban area and the living on campus was very limiting for me, so I couldn’t wait to get out.
I have three older brothers, all with their own college experiences before me to learn from.
Paul, 25 graduated with Magna Cum Lauda from Bentley, a prestigious business college in Massachusetts. He began interning with an up and coming online student travel website his freshman year and after four years of interning the business took off and at graduation he was promoted to Director of Business Development. He’s now married and about to buy his own home, its safe to say he used his college experience wisely.
Adam, 29 is my oldest brother. He made the decision after high school to not seek higher education. This was a big controversy in my very traditional family. He had the same worth ethic as me where he’d rather have his hands dirty than listen to a lecture. I’d love to tell you that Adam prospered in life and made the right decisions, such as the story of my father who never graduated high school and makes a higher salary than my mother who graduated from the prestigious Northeastern University, in Boston. Unfortunately, the God I trust had a different plan and took Adam at the age of 25 after some bad decisions lead him to a fatal accident. He still taught me a lot about the value of life experience and gave me a lot to strive for while bettering myself, especially in these crucial college years.
So, you see I have a lot of different first hand experience with college, aside from being a student myself. I hope I can be of some help when you’re looking for advice. If you have any particular questions feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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