Top 10 Ways to Get Better Grades @ The Beach



1.     Take effective notes
Learning what notetaking style works best for you will ensure that you’re able to retain the information you’re writing down. Whether it’s bullet points, drawing diagrams, or using your tablet, figure out what method works best for you.
2.      Study methods that work for you
Once you’ve mastered your note taking skills, understanding your learning style will help you with your studying. Educationplanner.org offers a learning style quiz that can help you figure out which studying style will help you best retain information.
3.      Pay attention to the syllabus
Most professors design their syllabus to be a one stop shop for FAQs, scheduling questions, grade calculations, etc. Make sure you read the syllabus at the beginning of the year, and refer back to it before asking your professor any questions.
4.      CSULB Tutoring
CSULB offers tutoring in a variety of subjects from math to the humanities. If you’re falling behind in class, want to workshop an essay, or just need extra clarification on a certain formula or theory be sure to utilize this free resource.
5.      Office hours
Every professor and lecturer is required to offer a certain number of office hours per week, so make sure that you utilize them. Office hours can be used to ask clarifying questions on class material, share course related content with your professor, or create a mentorship bond.
6.      Use a planner
Using a planner to map out your weeks and months will ensure that you have a balanced schedule, know all of your essay deadlines, and can still make time for your social life!
7.      Get a good night of sleep
It can be hard to focus in class if you’re dozing off or dreaming about when you can take a nap. Making sure you get a good night of sleep the day before class or a test is key!
8.      Eat foods that will provide you with energy
Chances are you’ve probably heard someone’s stomach growling during a lecture—maybe you’ve even been that person! Keeping healthy protein packed snacks on hand, like nuts or fruit, will keep you full and focused all class long.
9.      Practice good time management
Many students have obligations outside of school, and time management is incredibly important to creating an academic and personal life balance. While it may be tempting to spend a whole night bingeing the new season of Stranger Things, making sure you have enough time to stay on top of your school work will help keep stress levels low throughout the semester.
10.   Take care of your mental health and make time for self-care


Juggling tests, essays, and homework can be stressful, and it’s important to make sure you carve out time for self-care and your mental health. CSULB Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) can provide support if you’re feeling overwhelmed with school. The CSULB Health Resource Center also offers a variety of workshops and counseling to help keep you in tip top shape for getting good grades.

By Annika Horvath

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