7 Study Tips for College & Grad School

If there’s one thing I’m good at, it’s school. I’ve just always been really good at school. This is not me bragging that I’m super smart or a genius (faaaar from it), but I’ve always been really good at taking notes, studying, writing papers, etc. Maybe it’s because I’m a perfectionist/Type A and I can focus for long periods of time? But studying has always been one of my strong suits (it’s okay, you can totally call me a nerd).

However, I realize that studying can be super challenging for some people. And as I transition back into grad school after not being in class for 2 years, it was definitely a challenge for me as well. So here are 7 study tips that I’ve personally found helpful through my academic career. These are great for either college or grad school–I’ve done them in both cases. Honestly, it’s really all about knowing yourself and what works for you. Always set yourself up for success. Keep reading to find out more!

The AP style guide: my constant companion

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The Holy Grounds ~*Secret*~ Menu

Starbucks has a secret menu. So does Chipotle. But I bet you never guessed that Villanova’s good ol’ Holy Grounds does too! Enjoy this secretest of secret menus (and by secret menu, I just mean unique things people order that you probably never thought of) just in time for finals.

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