Topic: Homework tutor resume
May 25, 2019 / By Fenella Question:
I'm a freshman at community college. I will be taking 15.3 units for Spring semester.
Here are the classes I will be taking:
English 1A (Reading and Composition) 4 units- This instructor is well-liked, but known as "very hard."
English 900 (Lab FOR English 1A) .3 units- This is a lab where I do online activities or get tutoring on my English 1A work
Chinese 2 (5 units)- It's not TOO hard, but not too easy.
Asian American Literature (3 units)- I have no idea how easy/hard this teacher is. How is this subject in general?
Humanities Through the Arts (3 units)- Class meets only 6 times in a 16 week semester. This class is known as a "GPA booster."
So if I don't work, and focus on my studies, is this by any means a big load? Can I go to the gym regularly with this load? What do you guys think? I want to get all A's in them :)
Cristina | 7 days ago
Hey man, good for you for pursuing education further than high school.
Here are some things that have helped me.
1. I realized to get a real good grade, I need to spend "at least" twice as much time
studying as the time I spend in class each week. That means if in English, you
have 3 or 4 hours of class, spend at least 6 to 8 hours studying just that subject
alone each week. Crazy I know, but how bad do you want to get the "A," and the boost
of self-esteem and the respect of your peers and instructor that comes with it?
2. As soon as you get assignments and stuff, get it done straight away, don't leave it,
leaving it a little bit, makes it easier to leave it a little bit longer, than a little longer until
the night before it's due! it's so much easier to just get it done straight away, then you
3. Do your homework or studying for the day before you watch tv, before you hang out
with friends or whatever. If you put it off just until you do this, or that, or get back from
this place, I can almost guarantee you, it will not get done! it will be put off later and later.
Why? because you're human, don't trust yourself.
I have never taken Asian Literature man, but no matter how hard it is, you're a
human being and you have a brain, if you apply yourself, study plenty and
properly, I'm sure you will do excellent at it.
In my opinion, full-time school is a full-time job, if you can work while doing full-time school
that's awesome but if you don't have to use the extra time to study extra hard at your
school and get all A+'s, think about having that on your resume and I'm sure any University
would love to take you.
Oh, and as far as the gym, as long as you do it after you're done studying and it doesn't
get in the way, you'll be fine, in fact exercising helps your brain!
grades are a measurement of how much of that subject you can comprehend, if you get a 90 in a class that usually means you know 90% of what the teacher teaches. Go back to your texts books are try to absorb as much information as possible. then take notes in every class, and read through them a couple of times.
go over all cahpters that u had trouble with take ALOT of notes listen to teacher always pay attention adn when exams come organize your worksheets notes in to little sections then go over them find little quick cheats to remember them by and write down every single vocabulary word i your hand writing try that