Here’s sneak peek at a tip that Roxanne Fouché contributed to the upcoming book, Inspirational Ways to Succeed with ADHD:
Ratemyprofessors.com and similar websites are popular because they help college students get a sense of prospective classes and professors. In addition to choosing professors whose teaching style seems to match your particular learning style, you might also pay attention to when the classes take place. Consider the following:
- Do you do your best thinking in the morning, afternoon or evening?
- Do you need time between classes to relax, study or perhaps finish up last-minute assignments?
- Do you need to exercise before class to prime your brain for learning?
- Do you need time to eat something nutritious between classes?
Schedule your classes according to what you know will help you succeed. Recognizing what you need to thrive in college is the first step – the next step, of course, is doing what you can to make sure that your needs are met.
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