Beyond the Classroom
Doing well in college classes usually does not happen automatically. The most successful students form good study habits early on as an undergraduate, and although there isn’t one “formula” that works for every student in every class, there are a few general principles that most students can apply in the majority of their classes.
Click on the links below for some short PDF files that may give you some ideas for reading, note-taking, and studying before an exam:
Also consider visiting the Writing Center’s student resources page for strategies about things like researching, writing essays, and citing sources.
Check out the following links for additional information regarding study skills at the collegiate level: