Achieve your greatest potential as a student this term
Tip 1: Manage your time
Do you know the feeling of staying up late, rushing to get an assignment done, and turning it in at the last minute? Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day, but how we choose to use that time determines our success.
Tip 2: Stay accountableResearchers have found that when you make a routine appointment to report to someone else, your likelihood of success skyrockets by up to 95%.
Tip 3: Live a well-balanced life
Education can require a lot of hours out of your day, but it’s important to keep a proper balance in life. Prioritize your mental, physical, social, and spiritual nourishment. Take breaks between assignments, find something that you enjoy doing, and allow your mind time to relax. Make sure to get 7–9 hours of sleep each night, exercise regularly, and eat a well-balanced diet. Arrange time to focus on being with family and friends. Set a specific time each day to pray, study the scriptures, attend the temple, and so on. Scheduling out your day with a variety of balanced activities not only will help you be more productive but will keep you feeling healthy and happy.
Tip 4: Ask questionsWhen you don’t understand a concept, it’s okay to ask questions! You could ask your instructor, mentor, classmate, or friend. Search for information from reliable internet sources and helpful books. Asking questions can help you get more out of your education and your classes will become more interesting and impactful! Above all, ask for direction from the Holy Ghost. We are promised that as we ask God in faith, we shall receive.
Tip 5: Actively participate
Actively participate in your education by taking advantage of all the resources and opportunities available to you. Get involved by participating in group discussions, attending your gatherings (during foundational PathwayConnect courses), meeting up with other local students, participating in