college-crazy
punkrcks:

A masterpost on things that you could use to do better in school, and maybe to cheat just a little bit. 
Didn’t Listen In Class?  
Crash Course
Khan Academy
Best Damn Tutoring
The Video Math Tutor
Calculators & Solvers 
Square Root Calculator
Cube Root Calculator
Expression Simplifier
Multi Step Equation Calculator
Slope Intercept Equation Maker
Mathway (this can solve almost anything)
Chemical Equation Balancer
Didn’t Read That Book? 
Cliffsnotes
Sparknotes
Citing Sources 
PurdueOWL
Arts Department (Art, Choir, Band) P.S I take art so I’ll have the most resources for that
Instrument Tuner
How To Read A Painting
Mark Crilley Art Tutorials (mostly manga but with some realism)
Sophie Chan (mostly manga)
Oil Painting Techniques
General Tips and Tricks 
Change the time in an email (gmail), for due dates and all
Block Websites for a specific amount of time
Note-Taking Techniques
That’s all. It’s not a lot but I guess it will help. This is my first masterpost and I hope you like it. If any of the links don’t work, just message me. 

punkrcks:

A masterpost on things that you could use to do better in school, and maybe to cheat just a little bit. 

Didn’t Listen In Class?  

Calculators & Solvers 

Didn’t Read That Book? 

Citing Sources 

Arts Department (Art, Choir, Band) P.S I take art so I’ll have the most resources for that

General Tips and Tricks 

That’s all. It’s not a lot but I guess it will help. This is my first masterpost and I hope you like it. If any of the links don’t work, just message me. 

victory is mine.

My chemistry teacher and I had a bit of a dispute. I had strep throat (or something - a fever that got so high I actually passed out returning from a late night bathroom trip - very nearly giving myself a concussion on the corner of the sink - and then proceeded to lay on the floor shivering until my mom found me. 

So my chemistry professor knows I’ve been sick all week, but she calls me up on Sunday and says I haven’t submitted any work and I’m going to be withdrawn if I don’t. I explained to her, and she kept repeating herself. I say I’ll finish the whole course by Friday (totally doable). She says,

"It’s impossible for you to finish the course this week. There’s no way you could ever do that.”

Not the first time she’s told me I can’t do something. She also accused me of cheating a few weeks ago because I hadn’t turned in “adequate” proof of collaboration on a project (I followed the rubric to the T, but she gave me a crappy grade even after I resubmitted the project to her standards).

All this week, I worked all day every day on chemistry. I stayed up until 2am last night finishing lab report after lab report and organizing my exam notes.

And I finished. the. course.

juststudymore
motivationalstudents:

deducecanoe:

nbcnews:

'Not hard; just hard work': Girl, 16, graduates from high school and college in same week
(Photo: Andrew Innerarity / Reuters)
Grace Bush, 16, doesn’t hesitate when asked to name her ultimate career goal: Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Don’t chuckle. She’s already well on her way.
More from TODAY

I have done nothing with my life.

I have read the entire article and this young lady is so inspiring. I wish I was that dedicated to my education when I was 16.

motivationalstudents:

deducecanoe:

nbcnews:

'Not hard; just hard work': Girl, 16, graduates from high school and college in same week

(Photo: Andrew Innerarity / Reuters)

Grace Bush, 16, doesn’t hesitate when asked to name her ultimate career goal: Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Don’t chuckle. She’s already well on her way.

More from TODAY

I have done nothing with my life.

I have read the entire article and this young lady is so inspiring. I wish I was that dedicated to my education when I was 16.

Anxiety attack? Here are things that work for me:

  • Take a few minutes to dance to your favorite music. Make it loud.
  • Break for exercise.
  • Remind yourself why you’re doing this. Make a list, if necessary. Daydream (BRIEFLY) about what it will be like when you’re done.
  • Go take a shower.
  • Make a list of ways you can reward yourself when you’ve met your goal(s).
  • Clean your study space, or even move to a new one. Preferably a cuddly one. With blankets. And tea.
  • Just cry it out.

I promise, you’re going to be okay. If all else fails, take a day off for mental health. The world won’t end. 

You can do this. I believe in you. Good luck!