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No matter how long it may seem to take or what you have to go through in the process, don't ever give up on your collegiate career! In the heat of the moment, something or someone may hold more appeal than all the studying and endless exams, but in the end, that certificate of graduation will be well worth whatever you have to do to get it.

When you are getting ready to go to college you should make a list of things that you need to take with you. It is better to go school prepared instead of having to call your parents for things you need every week. This holds especially true if you are attending classes far from home.

One of the smartest things that you can do as you enter college is to map out the exact route of your schedule before the first of class. This will give you a great idea of where you need to be at what time, and also will reduce the frequency that you get lost.

When you enter your room on the first day of college, the best thing that you can do is to fraternize with your roommates. These are going to be the people that you spend the rest of the year with so it is very smart to make friends with them immediately.

  Don't set unrealistic goals for yourself when scheduling classes and work. If you are not a morning person, then scheduling a challenging class as your first class of the day is a recipe for disaster. Know your natural body clock and adapt your schedule to flow with that as much as possible.

If you are having trouble figuring out strategies for academic success, see if your college has a study skills course. Many students are used to getting high grades with comparatively little effort in high school and may not be sure how to study for their college courses.  Study skills courses can help you learn what to do to succeed in class.