PIVOT Roadrunner Transition Experience provides peer mentors, programming, and for transfer, veteran, and international students to build community!
PIVOT Roadrunner Transition Experience provides programming and peer mentorship for transfer students, readmitted students, post-traditional students, student veterans, international students, and other students experiencing transition to UTSA. We build community for students who are often over-looked at UTSA!
Don't know how to keep a good relationship with your roommate? Here are some ways to improve your relationship 👬👫👭
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[04/02/18] Don't forget to eat before an exam! You need to fuel your body and brain.
[04/02/18] 11. After a test, reevaluate your study techniques and how your prepared for that test. See what works for you! Be honest with yourself.
[04/02/18] 10. Network- ask friends if they have taken the course in the past. They may have advice, notes, or old tests to help you study.
[04/02/18] 9. Don't be afraid to ask for help. Ask a friend! You can teach each other topics that you are strong at! Ask your professor for tips on the exam and go to their office hours if you have questions!
Tips for day before the exam:
prepare all your materials (calculator, cheatsheet, parscore etc). Get enough sleep!
[04/02/18] 8. Read your notes or summaries. Don't reread the textbook to study.
[04/02/18] Tips for those who run out of time on tests: Don't spend too much time on one question. You can skip questions and come back to it later. Work on questions that are worth a lot of points and easy questions that you know the answer to!
6. Study courses that require more memorization first, while your brain is fresh.
7. Capture the concepts- focus on key concepts, especially those that are worth more points.
3. Look at old tests- to see what kind of questions were asked in the past and the difficulty of them. Format will usually be similar.
4. Figure out the format-multiple choice, fill in the blank, open ended questions?
5. Line up your ducks- make sure you have all your powerpoints, lecture notes, and textbooks before you start studying.
1.Spread out your material. Don't wait til the last minute to start studying.
2.Study for the test-Don't overwhelm yourself by trying to learn everything. Look at your syllabus, know what specifically is going to be on your test!
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101 Health and Wellness Tips for College Students:
1. Eat healthy 🥦🥕
2. Exercise 🏋🏽♂
3. Sleep 💤
4. Prevent diseases 💊
5. Mental health 🧘🏻♀
healthservices.camden.rutgers.edu Key Links: Wellness Healthy Lifestyle (Mayo Clinic) Health & Safety for College Students (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - CDC) Eight Dimensions of Wellness Between exams, papers and maintaining an active social life, many college students feel they can't really find the time to keep up....
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Addicted to work? Check these 5 tips to help you balance throughout your college life ⬇⬇⬇
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UTSA’s First-Gen Fest is back and it’s bigger than ever before! This year we have 6 days of celebrating & learning lined up between April 2-7. Check out the calendar of events & be sure to share: http://provost.utsa.edu/first-gen/
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Tips for surviving a group project 🤯
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Motivate your learning after Spring Break:
1. Make a to-do list 🗒🖊
2. Set goals ✅💯
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Remember to set a goal that makes you want to jump out of bed in the morning and do the best you can do everyday.
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1. All debt is the same? FALSE! Not all debt is created equally.
2. Checking your own credit scores will lower it? FALSE! While this does show up on your credit report, it only shows as an inquiry and not as a ding against your score.
3. The better your job, the better your score? FALSE! You can have an amazing job, but if you are still making bad credit decisions, it doesn't matter to the credit bureau.
4. Credit repair companies can fix your credit? Big no-no! They are just trying to get your money.
[03/19/18] With decent or good credit, a person can borrow money to buy cars, homes, or get a credit card to use for random every day purchases 💳💰
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Tips for better sleep 🌛✔️
1. Avoid using tech before bed to fall asleep faster
2. Drink tea before bed to help relax
3. Avoid late night coffee before bed
4. Indulge in naps but make sure you don't sleep too long in the day
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The University of the Incarnate Word School of Professional Studies offers associates, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees to busy working adults.
Sociable Homeschoolers is a support group for homeschooling families in and around the San Antonio area. Everyone is welcome!
MISSION: Develop community engagement through parent involvement and to facilitate communication and collaboration.
We offer non-degree courses, certificates, and industry-specific certifications that help you start preparing today. We are enrolling year-round…so don’t wait!
Nique School of Modeling is a modeling and personal development institute that offers teachings of basic to advanced runway techniques and professionalism
To transform SAISD into a national model urban school district.
Whitney's EMS offers First Aid, EMT, and Aquatic classes.
PACCT is a FREE, progressive and intensive program designed to help adult students gain the knowledge and skills necessary for college and career success.
University Day School is a premier early childhood program accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children serving 12mo-Kinder.
We expose UTSA to the study of rocketry while also enhance the reputation of the UTSA Engineering Department as a Tier 1 program
Homeschool Enrichment Drop-Off Program PreK- 10th grade (Plus Tot program for younger siblings)
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