If you’re concerned why your child in college hasn’t accepted your Facebook friends invitation yet, the answer may be less dreadful than you expect!
Equipping for college – 7 things for easier and cheaper student life
College graduate’s retrospective on the few random things that proved the most invaluable during four years of independent living.
Help your child pick a college major with online video lectures
Many High School seniors struggle with picking a college major. If you are a concerned parent, help them explore their interests with free online lectures from numerous big-name universities such as Yale or MIT!
Don’t Flee – Fight your Anxiety!
We’ve all heard about “fight or flee” reactions of our bodies, but what does that mean when it comes to studying and test anxiety? Oh, and if you didn’t get a chance to grab a FREE subscription to our program from the last promo, we opened up some new spots!
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Health risks of prolonged stress and anxiety
We often talk about the academic implications of anxiety, affecting our grades and study skills – so lets have a brief look at other health effects.
Confidence helps you appreciate your college experience
Have you ever had a dinner with friends that you couldn’t really enjoy, your mind worried and preoccupied with all the historical facts for that 8:30 test tomorrow? College may not be all about grades, but grades sure influence a lot of things!
Learning to cope with exam stress can improve grades
A recent Times article outlines the problems of test anxiety and gives a few examples of coping techniques we wholeheartedly embrace at Wisdom of Learning!
Reading articles and writing papers – study tips from a recent graduate
When we look at a text, we often see an engaging narrative spinning a cobweb of intrigue and plot. That is a sensible approach to enjoying a book. But when the essay is due at 7:30am the next day and it’s already almost 9pm, sensible won’t cut it! Here’s my system for approaching a paper, straight from a recent graduate’s experience.
Dear Mom and Dad – a letter to parents from a student
Many parents of college students are eager to help them study better, get top grades, and have a fulfilling college experience. So here is a little open later from a graduated student to you, parents, with some do’s and don’t’s you may not realize!