Did you know that the difference between ordinary and extraordinary is just the extra? Being smart puts you on track to giving life to your zeal. You’ve got to get smart because that makes the real difference you aspire. The decision is dynamic, which makes you become smarter and subsequently the smartest with your zeal uncompromised and strong.

Have you once thought of being smart for once? Place a check on each guide below:

  • Time management; remember time is life, you cannot afford to waste it.
  • Understand your study nature (either as a fast learner or slow learner).
  • Strategize on your study nature (as a slow learner, devoting more time to studying makes you smart).
  • Set goal(s) each semester and that would keep you going.
  • Make your goals visible to you, put them by your bed side, sticky notes on your laptop and many more.
  • Get a reading plan (a working timetable).
  • Make like-mind friends.
  • Strike a balance between your academic life and extracurricular activities. That makes you smart.
  • Have fun, relax and do what makes you happy.
  • Have the zeal to be detailed in your field.
  • Read more and play less.
  • Consult textbooks and internet sources, they are just on the electronics.
  • Attend classes and get involved in assignments.
  • Focus on the course(s) units or credits, never joke with any, all course credits count.
  • Get past questions treated before exams (if any).
  • Your aim should be an ‘A’ which is meant to be 100%, you might end up having 99%.
  • Read motivational books and movies to keep your head high.
  • Read books about authors in the field of your interest or areas you would like to specialize.
  • Make a clear difference between your ‘needs’ and ‘wants’.
  • Know your distractions; “starve your distractions and feed your focus”.
  • Never ever give up, keep moving.
  • Keep your morale high, the quest needs your self-esteem.
  • Believe in yourself, you can do it.
  • Always desire to be the very BEST of yourself but not only the top of your class.
  • Desire to be the solution to other peoples problem, and not part of the problem.
  • See challenges as stepping stones to being the best of yourself.
  • Reach out when there is a need.
  • God’s factor.

Try reflecting these guides, I believe in you.

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