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News, updates, media releases and success stories from the BOOST Med program at Robeson Community College.

Six Simple Tips to Improve Your Grade on Writing Assignments and Exams

Six Simple Tips to Improve Your Grade on Writing Assignments and Exams

 One of the most common mistakes made when completing writing assignments, presentations, or answering essay questions on an exam, is failing to meet all the requirements.  If you receive feedback like “did not follow directions” or “partial credit” try using these tips

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Balancing College and Your Life

Balancing College and Your Life

 As a college student, the demands are high.  Homework, studying for exams, labs, and clinicals take a large portion of your time.  On top of that, add the pressure applied to make the academic grades needed to be accepted into advanced studies.  Then add being a parent, a spouse, a caregiver, and/or working to pay the bills and then as a student you may find yourself being pulled in many directions.  Too much to do and not enough time to get it all done.  Many students struggle to find the balance between school, work, family, and social life.  Listed below are some tips to assist you in finding the right balance.

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Success

Success

Developing strategies to enhance your academic success is important because it directly impacts outcomes related to life after graduation.   Academic success is essential to career success.  One rarely exists

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