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  1. Hi!

    As such, there are no life hacks. There is a good option – to establish a good relationship with fellow students (so that they help in difficult times) and with teachers, so that they do not underestimate their grades.

    In the humanities, it is enough to be erudite and speak well, in technical specialties, it is enough to carefully study laws and formulas.

  2. If you study in the humanities (especially journalism, philology, sociology, and so on), you just need to be able to talk a lot and competently. It always helped me out, in most cases I frankly didn't even read the exam questions, because I studied at the journalism faculty and preferred to work by profession, rather than sit in pairs.

    Plus, general erudition is important.

    These two parameters are your key to good grades, in my opinion.

  3. I have a red diploma. At the same time, I will not say that I sat and taught, taught, taught. Maybe actually, because I was a liberal arts student. Marketing is a simple discipline. You can learn a lot from your own life if you are observant. Although statistics and matanalysis were also easy for me. And here's Terver and philosophy…

    My personal principle is to understand the subject, not cram. When you see the logic, you can remember the same formula by running through the basic algorithm of its origin in your head.�

    And if we really talk about life hacks, then we had Pyaterochka students who didn't really know the subject. How so?�

    1) one was sooooo enterprising. Her speech is like honey. She could talk to anyone. Plus diplomacy: agree on time, attend the necessary lectures. Say what the teacher wants to hear. In general, create an image within.�

    2) find a nerd friend. That was me. I explained it to several friends, dictated it over the phone, and dropped off solutions (then still via MMS).

  4. Learning, learning everything. And so it is necessary to like the teacher and participate in the life of the university. And have a good relationship with your classmates. Since they can help you with something. Good luck at the university.

  5. Some universities like athletes, public activists, cultural figures who are members of trade union committees, young developers of some projects ,in short, representatives of the university at various levels in all areas of activity. Coupled with a good study (it is not necessary to cram at night) this has a positive effect. Even if such students have problems with teachers, they (students) are protected by the department or dean's office. Well, timely delivery of tests, works, etc. It is important that Everyone understands that third-party activities do not interfere with their studies. In some cases, practice helps, especially if you find a good place, enlist the support of people who are respected in your university. Well, as they say, first the student works on credits, and then credits on the student.

  6. Now it is very easy to get “hor” and “exl” grades. Even if you are studying at a technical university. All that is required from the student is a timely completion of course work, passing all laboratory work, active participation in seminars and attending all lectures. And not always for this you need to be some kind of unique and have seven spans in the forehead. Yes, sometimes you will have to sweat, but not much. For example, in seminars, it is important to frequently ask questions about the topic, sometimes ask again, ask questions about the building, try to do homework correctly, and consult with the teacher if possible. In general, you need to show the teacher that you are interested in the subject and want to know it.

    Labs must be closed on time and thoroughly prepared before they are handed over( this is probably the most difficult part of this scheme for getting fives). You pass at once, you tell the whole theory and get 5 points( and if the labs are accepted by a seminar teacher, then you can also get a recommendation on the machine at the end of the semester).

    Coursework is also more difficult, but not too much. The bicycle has been invented for a long time, so don't create it again! All the cadets,the options of which do not change for centuries, as a rule, are available to undergraduates( and someone openly makes money with them), so either by acquaintance, or for a small fee( someone has enough cans of beer), you can get the necessary option and sleep in peace( joke, you can't sleep). A completed course is good, but now again you need to show that you didn't write it off( yes, teachers know everything about buying and selling finished works). Do not be lazy and thoroughly work out, even if solved, the course. You have to protect it later! And how can you count on 5 if you can't connect two words, and the pages contain a whole ode of equations, diagrams and drawings!?

    In conclusion, I note that the approach described above is not always bad. Yes, in some cases it turns out to be unfair. But sometimes it doesn't work out any other way, especially when the teacher himself skips classes or can't allocate time in his schedule for consultations. This has happened to everyone and getting the coveted signature on the course and admission to the exam sometimes on the day of the exam itself is not so rare now. The reasons may be different, but the very fact that you can find the necessary information, process it, and understand it already gives you a huge advantage over the nerds and nerds.

    p. s. In general, try to do everything yourself!;)

  7. Studying at a university for only A-levels is a very difficult task. Often ungrateful. Unless there will be no problems with the scholarship.

    But there are some life hacks that can really help you get good grades in exams and seminars. But they require certain characteristics of character and life experience. But, probably, not all universities can implement them.

    Yes, my recommendations relate to the strong half. They may not be suitable for girls.

    You can't go completely unprepared. We need to hear something at least in the lectures

    Go to the exam among the first, but not in the first group. It is better if you have a couple of weak companions in front of you. Take the ticket in the middle. Sit directly in front of the examiner, but in such a way that the person in charge blocks you from the teacher. �As soon as this space is available, then come in. The responder moves – you are with him. �This will allow you to use cheat sheets/notes/textbook safely enough. Listen carefully to the responses of others. No matter how hard the teachers try, the tickets overlap. In this way, you can legally use other people's suggestions.

    Don't rush to the exam table. Be a gentleman: girls are much more difficult to tolerate and will thank you if they get to the bathroom faster. When you are already comfortable, and the teacher has already reached the necessary conditions due to the “thoughtful” answers of your classmates, come to his aid :брос throw smart lines and phrases – you have already heard the correct answers. After a while, the teacher will start contacting you.

    When such a moment has come (after an hour or two from the beginning of the exam) and you feel it's time, you go to answer. You and your teacher are already allies and like-minded people. Such training, combined with retelling the answers of previous “speakers“, materials of spurs and notes, will allow the teacher to give you the highest score. There probably won't be any additional questions: you're already your own people, aren't you?!

  8. Studying at a university with only A-levels is not a very successful goal in itself. Even for a red diploma, all fives are not needed. If only to amuse your ambitions. And often rather to the detriment of the real acquisition of knowledge and experience necessary for subsequent successful implementation in the profession and life in general.�

    An important skill for a student is just a competent identification of what is important and necessary, working to achieve personal long-term goals, and the ability to distribute forces accordingly.�

    If you still want all the fives, then accuracy, attentiveness and knowledge of psychology are important.
    Listen carefully to the teacher's requirements for passing the exam and ask senior students-find out what questions they like to ask, which students they like, who they go to take exams with, and where there are several accepting students.

    Manipulate it. Draw attention to yourself in lectures and seminars, sit at the front desk, write hard, constantly ask questions and ask for additional literature, even if you don't read it. Use shuttle diplomacy, hint that you are an excellent student in other subjects and are loved, and that a B will break your heart and ruin your report card. Do your homework to excess, volunteer for small things (print out materials, prepare posters, etc.).

    Talk your teeth out. Talk a lot and confidently. When you get to the question that you are swimming in, quickly move on to what you know well. Follow the micro-facial expressions and guess the answers, while showing with all your might that it was you who lost your memory from excitement and effort. Rephrase what the teacher has just said.

    Don't shy away from spurs. Spurs are generally very useful to write for exams, even if you don't use them – it helps to isolate and remember the most important things, it works on mechanical memory.

    Substitute competitors or, on the contrary, put yourself in such a way that everyone helps you all the time. Do not let them write off and know for yourself who can write off what.

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