How to NOT spend 6 years to get a 4 year degree

Granted some degrees require more education and that is perfectly fine. It is also fine to NOT have an idea of what you want to do in life because in reality, not many of us know what we want to do. So here are some helpful tips to try and make things a little bit easier.

Don’t party TOO hard
While it is nice to have fun and be responsible while doing so, understand that the average college education costs about 9 cents a minute! You don’t want to party too hard before a huge exam and then fail.

Stop Procrastinating!
Check out Chapter 12 for tips on how to stop procrastinating. Think about it: how much more productive would you be if you didn’t keep your Facebook window open, or check it as soon as your internet opens?

Spend your time wisely
This seems very cliche, I know, but it still needs to be said. Getting overextended is one of the major pitfalls I see incoming freshman make.  Sure, there is so much to do in college, but you aren’t going to be able to do everything! Pick a few things that appeal to you the most, make sure to leave time for classwork and studying.