Soon 2 be college student Question. need help. answer plzz. :D*?
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July 23, 2019 / By Avilon Question:
Ok so I am thinking about renting an apartment next year.. like next summer. I will be out of high school then, and I am taking a year off from school to work and such, then after one year I am going to attend college. I need some help on the necesities to living on your own. Apartments where I live are cheap.. like 300 so rent isn't going to be a problem. Any one have any advice or tips for me on living alone (my bf will be living with me.. and helping pay rent and bills). Thanks for your help.
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Abigall | 7 days ago
First, why are you taking a year off before college? Do you need to save money first?
In any case, being able to make rent is only the start. You need to be able to pay utilities, phone, car payments & insurance (if you have a car), renter's insurance, health care, food, and more.
I would focus on finding a job that is good first. You need one that will allow you to develop skills in whatever field you want to go into. Look for an employer with good benefits as well, health care, retirement plan. Ideally, seek an employer that might help you get your degree in the future. Some employers offer tuition reimbursement, flexible hours to attend classes, etc.
Continue to live at home for a few mo. after finding a job to build up a small emergency fund and deposite. This will also help you estimate some of your monthly expenses Then search for an apartment that is conveniently located. Ask the landlord if any of the utilites are included in rent, if not ask for an estimate on cost.
As for you bf living with you, make sure that you can afford the rent without him before moving in together. Also have a clear talk with him about how monthly expensise are going to be divided up. Don't cosign anthing or get credit cards together until after marriage.
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This is going to be long, so bear with me.
First I'll talk about the different strategies people use to study and then I'll suggest ways for you to study more often:
There are four types of learning styles: auditory, visual, practical and written.
You can take a "learning style" test online. Your school probably offers one too.
Some people learn better through the auditory style which means they will have to attend ALL classes and be attentive during the entirety of the class. This also includes discussing your notes with another person and just reading your notes/figuring out concepts out loud.
Some people learn better through the visual learning style which means they need to SEE things to learn the best. People draw graphs, trees, venn diagrams and other visual aids to help them learn different concepts. If you learn best this way it would help to re-read your notes and visually "see" concepts (reading your book and looking at the pictures)
Some are practical learners and need to DO something to learn the best. If you are a practical learner you grasp things the best by teaching others or making something that is similar to what you are learning. I've gone in to my professor's office hours and picked up her "fake brain" and labeled each part of the brain.
And then there are others who learn best through writing. Writing extensive notes in class help these learners the best. I learn well this way too so I write down notes from my book on to pieces of paper/my computer or re-write notes that I've taken in class.
In my experience a combination of all four of these learning styles will allow you to study material the best. You will have a thorough understanding of the material. It also helps to review notes right after class to stimulate your short-term memory and help the working memory store that information in to your long-term memory.
(Hope that helps)
WHY STUDY MORE?
Well, this is a lot harder since it all comes down to you and your own motivation. Identifying that you aren't studying enough is a good step in the right direction.
You need to motivate yourself somehow to put more effort in to your work. If you're goal oriented it might help to WRITE out these goals on paper and tape them somewhere you will see them everyday.
Get organized and put all your assignments in a planner.
Reward yourself after a good nights worth of studying. I do this by waking up early the next morning and treating myself to coffee. :)
It also might help to meet people in your classes and get together to study with them. You both will motivate each other to study and do well in the class. Constantly communicate with each other via email/facebook. This method works really well too.
....Hope you read all that info and took some of it to heart.
Good luck man!