How to get ready for college By Martin and Jen

College course work consists of a lot more reading than what is required in high school. Students should get used to increased workload by reading books in highschool and the summer before college

Becoming comfortable with using technology to complete your work will help a lot because in college, a lot of the assignments will be turned in on the computer.

When you’re in college it pushes students to develop strong communication skills. From group project to talking to professors and employers. Leadership and problem solving skill will be important qualities to have in college.

Balancing both social and academic demands can be a challenge for even the best student in college. Digital tools can help use your time wisely. Smartphone apps can help keep study schedules on track and provide a visual of free time and responsibilities.

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