Letter To My Son: 18 Ways To Do Better When Going To College

Dearest Tyler, It is an emotional time for you and us, your parents, and your sister, who is going to college next year.

You are not always a great receiver in easy times, so we aren’t surprised that you are now less receptive than ever. Hence, this letter to you, my son, about advice on going to college.

The first week is an excellent time to get acclimated to school. Get involved,  participate, and enjoy yourself!

1. Make The Most of The Orientation Before Classes Start

Clean your room so you don’t piss off your roommate immediately. You’ll want to get along with your roommate.

2. Clean Your Room

3. Set Your Alarm (And Wake Up!)

Plan to set the alarm more than five minutes before class, or set it, but don’t let it goes off every five minutes.

Besides being on time, please attend class regularly, and be there in body and mind.

4. Attend Class Regularly And Study

Handwritten notes are often more accurate, boost brain activity, and optimize memory

5. Handwrite Your Class Notes

Make sure you manage your time by planning, reviewing dates that things are due, setting small goals, and moving through them course by course.

6. Time Management Will Be Your Friend

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