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To succeed in college, give yourself incentives to study in advance, like treating yourself to something you’ve been wanting after a test or study session. Additionally, work on developing good study habits since you’ll be facing much higher expectations than you did in high school. In order to find out what habits work best for you, think about what time of the day you work best, and how long it takes before an idea really sticks in your mind. Then, use these factors to schedule daily study sessions so that you can avoid procrastinating. For more advice, including how to apply for financial aid and find work opportunities in college, keep reading.
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Updated: February 28, 2023