How to Socialize Without Your Grades Suffering


Would you believe that there are some full-time college students who have taken 8 years or more to get a four-year college degree? Yes, it’s true. Between academic probation, remedial courses and shortened course loads, they were finally able to graduate. And these are the lucky ones. Many students fail before their second year. Not because they aren’t smart enough. No, reasonable intelligence is all that is required to graduate from college. It’s the college lifestyle, when you are not self-disciplined, that gets you. Let’s face it, this is the first time in your life, no one is carting you to some event that is supposed to benefit you. You have the freedom to do whatever you like once you’re in college. However, this freedom is a double-edge sword. You can use it to succeed in life. Or you can become a “Social Butterfly” as you apply for re-admission into the college where you failed.  This is one of the social dangers you have to overcome in college.

The learning objectives for How to Socialize Without Your Grades Suffering are:

    -Why all fun centers around academics
    -The ideal allotment of time for school and play activities
    -A simple formula for calculating how much leisure time you have available
    -How excessive socializing increases college dropout rates
    -Setting personal boundaries and developing self-discipline for your safety and protection

 After this tutorial, you will become more sensitive and aware about centering all your collegiate activities around academics, which means you can:

    -Set yourself up for financial success in your chosen career
    -Demonstrate maturity in making critical academic decisions
    -Handle your newfound freedom responsibly
    -Graduate college within 4 years