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In college today for skills classes.

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27.01.20 // 20:55

Term has well and truly kicked off, so the to-do lists have come out in full swing! 💙

Introduction

Hi everyone! My name is Melissa, and im glad to finally be starting 2020 with a new goal of mine that ive been wanting to share with everyone. Ive always want to start a study blog and here’s my chance to do it! 

About Me: Im 21 years old, about to start my nursing journey, Im currently taking prerequisites for nursing school! Besides studying all day everyday… i love going to the gym, play video games and listen to podcasts. 

Goal for 2020: Definitely become more open to people and learning something new everyday. I want to all of you learn more about me and my nursing journey by using my study motivation and study tips and share it!

p.s Studygram coming soon! 

2020 goals!
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with the start of school, i figured it might be nice to write up my goals for the year here, in a way to make myself held accountable! these aren’t ‘resolutions’ per say - they’re just goals!  if i achieve them or don’t achieve them, it’s not like i’ve failed myself completely or changed my life in any way - they’re just something to work towards!

so - here they are!

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1.26.2020

Hello all! Today I was extremely productive and worked for about 11 hours. 🌟 I worked on some things for my classes, but I also took a lot of time to work on outlining and compiling notes/definitions for my thesis. I am about to start writing it and find it easier to do so if I have notes like these.

I am absolutely exhausted and have class early in the morning, so I’m going to squeeze as much sleep in as possible. Typically I would try to allow for more sleep, but I have a lot going on tomorrow and wanted to get my work done ahead of time (:

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I think it’s important to show struggling, too. I’m for more reality on social media.

Yesterday was bad. Really bad. We had a practice exam for the upcoming final next week and I didn’t know a single answer. I cried a lot when I was at home because sociology is something that brings me so much joy and failing a passion is just a bad feeling.

I think our professor is expecting a bit too much, honestly. He asked questions with technical terms we never spoke about. So, all I can do now I study what I can and give my best next week.

Of course I hope I’ll pass, but there is no shame in re-taking an exam.

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01.28.20 - day 26 of 100 of productivity

I have been so busy! Objective testing for academic decathlon was last weekend, the speech and interview dress rehearsal is tomorrow, and the final events are on saturday!

♪ ballroom blitz by sweet

AP exam tips!

•don’t cram. This should be obvious but don’t do that

•for history and languages: invest in flash cards. Do a little each day

•for math and science: practice every day! Math is a skill that you have to develop over time, so if you do a little each day, that’s way better than doing a lot at the end.

•for AB and BC calc: make sure you have a solid algebra and trig foundation before trying to seriously attempting calculus. I had to spend a whole summer reviewing algebra before I took AB calc

•for BC calc: you are a fool if you think you will be able to get away without studying. Especially if you skipped AB calc and went straight to BC calc

•most colleges will require that you score a 3 to receive credit. At my university, you had to score a 4 to get credit for your English exams

•for history: read your textbook. Read the review book. Practice your timed writing skills. If you have really shitty handwriting ask if you can type your free response questions

•for music theory: drink water before and during the exam. You’ll have to pee but that’s way better than your voice cracking while you’re singing during the sight reading portion of the exam. get flash cards for this as well, especially for different modes and chords. (This also applies to exams in other languages during the speaking portion)

•take practice exams!! Especially the math ones. Take as many of those as you can.

•go to bed at a reasonable hour. You will not be able to remember how long the Mexican-American war was if you only slept for 2 hours. Also eat something.

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Day 16

3rd Reading response for Cormac McCarthy’s The Road which i turned in 6 mins before the deadline (deadline; 12pm, midnight, turned in at 11:54)

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And this was our blood typing lab for anatomy as we just finished up the blood unit.

~January 28, 2020~

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I highly vibe with this quote in one of my school’s libraries & the “spread kindness” sticker on my group member’s laptop. 📚🦋