The time for papers, exams and presentations are here. Cramming, all nighters and an endless supply of coffee (with extra sugar, please!) become a ritual for some as the last few weeks of school approach us.
Its "finals" time!
The most headache- causing, hair-pulling, cursing-under-your-breath time of any college students' semester can be very stressful.
I've tried many ways to prepare for finals in the past but these three tips have got to be THE best.
So first, let me say, “Congrats on deciding to take the LSAT and taking the first step towards your future legal career.” Deciding that you even want to take the LSAT is a huge deal and it shows your true passion for becoming a lawyer. Now that you have made that decision, you must realize the investment in time (and perhaps money) necessary to excel at this exam. The LSAT, a standardized test for law school admissions that is scored on a 120-180 scale, is an extremely hard test, but if you have the time to master all of its intricacies you can surely get the score you want!
This blog was written by Kaitlyn Smith, our Campus Ambassador at Drexel University. She is a Communications major with an emphasis in Public Relations. You can follow her on twitter: @Kaitlyn_Perez.
Sometimes our days are too packed to even consider scheduling time for lunch let alone "me time", but this shouldn't happen often! You need time to relax and regroup. Set yourself as your main priority and make it a little easier for yourself to schedule "me time" by following these tips.
This blog post was written by AnnMarie Williams, our Campus Ambassador from California State University, Long Beach.
The New Year is here, and it is a perfect time to get organized. Organizing and managing your time is just as important as leaving your house put-together. Here are a few tips for managing your time this upcoming year.
1. Start With a Planner: I prefer an actual agenda I can write in opposed to a virtual calendar. Lily Pulitzer and May Books have adorable planners that aren’t too expensive.
This blog post was written by Pruthvi Shah, our Campus Ambassador from Lehigh University.
While it’s important to stay current with both world news and industry events, our busy schedules as students can make this difficult. Here are a few tips to help students keep in touch with what is going on in the world.
1. Use a service such as the Skimm, which summarizes important news into a daily email. This makes it easy to focus on bigger events, and since it’s a summary you don’t have to go through multiple articles to really understand the main stories.
This blog post was written by Kathleen O'Brien, our Campus Ambassador from Syracuse University.
Today, there are no free blocks on my calendar, my “to do” list is a page long, and I slept for three hours last night. I have a problem: I do not know how to say no. As a student you have so many different things to juggle at once - classes, extracurriculars, internships, jobs, homework, friends and family. With all these different balls in the air, how do you keep it up?
This blog was written by Laura Notorangelo, our Campus Ambassador from Arizona State University.
My planner is definitely the most important thing that keeps me organized throughout the year. In addition to planners, I use Post-it Notes, virtual post-it notes on my MacBook, to-do lists, a journal, and my blackberry. Here are some of my favorite customizable planners for the school year!
Lauren Berger created Intern Queen Inc. in 2009, after successfully completing 15 internships and college and recognizing a need for more internship resources. Her online platform, www.internqueen.com, serves as the home of the business and allows students access to apply for any internship they want free of charge. The site also features daily content on how to make the most of high school, college, and post-grad experiences.