The Top 10 Pieces of Advice Every Student Needs to Hear

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Being a student can be stressful, especially if you’re going to school and working at the same time to pay your tuition. To add more stress, your professors don’t always offer the most helpful of advice, so it can seem like you’re in this on your own. However, when it comes to college, there are plenty of resources that are there to help you along the way; if you just know where to look! Here are 10 pieces of advice every student needs to hear…

1) Always trust your gut.

We all have that little voice inside us that knows what’s best for us. Sometimes it’s hard to listen to, especially when it’s telling us to do something that seems impossible or scary. But more often than not, your gut is right. If you get a funny feeling about someone or something, trust it and stay away. The same goes for opportunities. If something feels too good to be true, it probably is. Follow your intuition and you’ll always end up in the right place.

2) Don’t let others bring you down.

You’re going to hear a lot of people say that you can’t do it, that you’re not good enough, or that you’ll never make it. Don’t listen to them! You are the only one who knows what you’re capable of, so don’t let anyone else tell you what you can and can’t do.

3) Be prepared

Being prepared for the class includes more than just doing your homework the night before. Get into the habit of coming to class with all the materials you need, taking notes during lectures, and actively participating in discussions. This will help you not only retain information better but also be able to apply it when you need to.

4) Never Stop Learning

You’re never too old to learn something new. In fact, the more you learn, the more successful you’re likely to be. So don’t ever stop learning. Whether it’s picking up a new hobby or taking a night class, keeping your mind active will only benefit you in the long run.

5) Have Fun

The teenage years are some of the best years of your life. You’re old enough to start making your own decisions but young enough that you don’t have too much responsibility. So make sure to enjoy it! Go out with your friends, try new things, and just have fun.

6) Don’t take things personally.

In high school, and even in college, it’s easy to take things personally. If someone says something mean about you, or if you don’t get the grade you wanted on a test, it can feel like the world is against you. But it’s important to remember that not everything is personal. Sometimes people say things because they’re having a bad day, or because they’re trying to put themselves above you.

7) Go after what you want—but be realistic.

You should always go after what you want in life. But as you’re doing so, it’s important to be realistic about your chances of achieving it. If your dream is to be a professional athlete, for example, make sure you’re training hard and have the talent to back it up.

8) Don’t worry about what other people think – they are not you!

It’s easy to get caught up in what other people think of you – especially when you’re a teenager. But the truth is, what other people think doesn’t matter nearly as much as what you think of yourself.

9) Take care of yourself physically and mentally. Exercise, eat right, and sleep enough.

As a student, you’re under a lot of pressure. You have to juggle schoolwork, extracurriculars and maybe even a job. It’s important to take care of yourself physically and mentally in order to be successful. Exercise, eat right and sleep enough so you can be at your best.

Set priorities and manage your time wisely (three sentences): Time management is key when you’re trying to balance school with everything else in your life.

10) Work hard – smart people get ahead. Know how to play the game, but don’t let it consume you.

You’ve probably heard this a million times, but it’s true – hard work really does pay off. But don’t just work hard for the sake of working hard – make sure you’re working smart, too. Know how to play the game and take advantage of opportunities when they present themselves. But don’t get so caught up in the game that you forget what’s important in life.

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