I'm a CMU student..I need advice on:-Academic Development - Carnegie Mellon University


It's normal to feel like you're having to sacrifice something in college, whether it's your school work, sleep, or social life. Many of the problems you may have, however, can be eliminated or alleviated through time management, stress reduction, and strategies to combat procrastination. If you need advice on how to get more sleep, make it to class on time, work in groups, successfully take exams, schedule your work, and much more, you're in the right place! Follow the steps below to find practical, time-tested strategies that can help you not only in college, but throughout your post-college career as well.

How Does it Work?

GoStep 1: Identify a PROBLEM you encounter in your learning.

Step 2: Identify possible REASONS for the problem.

Step 3: Explore STRATEGIES to address the problem.

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