Study Skills Strategies
We have gathered video and web resources focusing on study skills, time management, motivation and learning styles.
- How do I calculate my grade point average (GPA)?
- How do I calculate my major GPA?
- How do I project my GPA?
- How do I use the grade exclusion policy?
- How to use the degree planner
General Study Skills Strategies
- There are many study skills resources and links including specific learning and study strategies from a range of subjects. Click on “Resources” for all the categories of information available.
- Check out apps that can be useful!
- Virginia Tech has a wonderful site full of Study Skills self-help information, including Where Does Time Go?, a great tool to assess your time management.
- Visit the Study Skills library at California Polytechnic State University. Topics include how to get better sleep, time management, test preparation and test taking.
- Conduct a Time Management Audit to help improve your time management skills (University of Minnesota-Duluth).
- Cornell’s Note Taking System can be a great resource.
- How to Get the Most Out of Studying video series.
- Check out Duke University’s tips on Studying for Exams.
- Cornell University’s 5 day study plan
- Study Skills from How to Study
- Motivated Skills Worksheet is a quick and easy way to identify the motivated skills that are central to personal and career satisfaction and success.
- One of the best resources is Beating the Big Bad Wolf (requires a flash drive), a multimedia test anxiety presentation from Austin Community College (Note-Beating the Big Bad Wolf will take a minute to unload).
MBTI Learning Style
- Knowing your MBTI Learning Style can be helpful in being successful in and out of the classroom.