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    onlinecounsellingcollege

    How to Fake Confidence

    1. Hold your head high, and look others in the eye

    2. Smile

    3. Stop apologizing

    4. Relax and be quick to laugh at yourself (but not at others!)

    5. Dress in a way that indicates you have self worth

    6. Use good manners (like saying please and thank you) as this is actually a mark of self respect

    7. Expect other people to believe in you, and to see and appreciate your good qualities.

    pulitzer-prince

    8. Before you know it, its no longer fake

    getthat90-deactivated20160606

    hello everyone! i know some of you will be going back to school soon, so i decided to make a huge masterpost that will hopefully help some of you out!

    NOTETAKING

  • how to take pretty notes
  • notetaking from a textbook
  • how to make mindmaps
  • different types of notes
  • mindmapping.com
  • 99 mindmapping resources
  • tips for taking efficient notes
  • effective notetaking
  • ORGANIZATION

  • staying organized
  • organization tips
  • get organized in high school
  • ten tips for staying organized
  • colour coding organization
  • tips for keeping your desk clean
  • PRINTABLES

  • form your habits
  • study and revision planner (2)
  • student planner
  • daily and essay planners
  • poetry terms chart
  • exam studying pack
  • loads of printables
  • 2015 calender
  • chalkboard style to do list
  • READING

  • free online library
  • read free classics
  • what should i read next?
  • TESTS AND STUDYING

  • test taking guide
  • how to make a study guide (2, 3, 4, 5)
  • study tips (2, 3, 4)
  • study techniques
  • how to get straight as
  • how to study
  • making study schedules (2, 3, 4)
  • preparing for an exam (2, 3)
  • the basics of efficient studying
  • how to be an efficient test taker
  • how to review in less time
  • things NOT to do when studying
  • on test anxiety (2, 3)
  • study skills assessment
  • how to pull an all-nighter effectively
  • tips for answering multiple choice
  • how to answer exam questions
  • WRTING AND ENGLISH

  • develop your characters
  • essay-writing (2)
  • academic writing tips
  • create a bibliography (2)
  • MATH

  • math practice
  • math resources
  • free math help
  • learn basically anything
  • graphing calculator
  • learn any math
  • a bunch of calculators
  • square root calculator
  • cube root calculator
  • PRODUCTIVITY

  • how to wake up earlier
  • how to have a productive day
  • stop procrastinating (2)
  • how long to nap?
  • time management tips
  • tips to help you focus
  • energy throughout the day
  • STRESS AND WELLNESS

  • how to manage your stress
  • bedtime calculator
  • power naps
  • STUDY PLAYLISTS

  • minimalism
  • studying
  • film scores
  • you’ve got this
  • essential indie
  • pencil lead and lined paper
  • minimalist
  • celestial
  • love that aesthetic
  • space race
  • sunday morning
  • BULLET JOURNALLING

  • bulletjournal.com
  • bullet journal setup (2, 3, 4, 5)
  • minimalist bullet journal
  • bullet journal in a binder
  • pages to start
  • health tracker
  • how to use a chronodex
  • YOUTUBE VIDEOS

  • diy school supplies (2, 3, 4)
  • back to school supplies haul (2, 3, 4, 5)
  • finals survival guide
  • top secret study tips
  • how to take the best notes
  • study hacks
  • JOURNALLING, ART JOURNALLING, AND SKETCHBOOKS

  • journaling 101
  • what to put in a sketchbook
  • 100 sketchbook ideas
  • 119 journal prompts
  • 50 art journal prompts
  • lists to make
  • how to collage in your art journal
  • collaging for beginners
  • how to start a sketchbook
  • art journaling 101
  • how to start a journal (2)
  • what to put in a blank notebook
  • keeping creative diary pages
  • turn an old book into an art journal
  • how to journal
  • what is an art journal?
  • must have art journal supplies
  • journal themes
  • art journal techniques
  • art journal inspiration
  • MISC

  • annotating a book
  • get back on track after missing school
  • convert just about anything
  • soullre

    This one? lowpapi

    Ideas For Getting the Most From Lectures:

    BEFORE THE LECTURE:

    • Find out when and where your lectures are.
    • Find out how changes to the timetable are notified to students.
    • Identify the lecture topic and do some reading beforehand.
    • Review the learning objectives or outcomes. This will help focus your attention of the key aspects of the lecture.
    • Be on time.
    • Look at how many lectures are allocated to each topics. This can be important in balancing your effort when it comes to revising.
    • Switch off your phone so that you’re not tempted to browse Tumblr or Facebook or whatever.

    DURING THE LECTURE:

    • Write the name of the lecturer, the date and the topic.
    • Keep a written record of each lecture, including handout annotations or personal notes.
    • Evolve your own abbreviations for quicker notetaking based on common words or phrases for that topic.
    • Note points of emphasis.
    • Note any references.

    AFTER THE LECTURE:

    • Clarify any points you didn’t understand.
    • Go over your notes within 24 hours.
    • Follow up references.
    • Think about the ideas that were covered in the lectures.
    • Compete any additional coursework.
    • Note down your own ideas and questions about what has been taught.
    • Compare the lecture objectives and the material.