Are you procrastinating? Watch this video for inspiration!

Exams are looming! Projects are impending! Are you struggling to get motivated? Watch this video created by students from Indiana University Bloomington for some inspiration and encouragement! (It’s only 3 minutes so the ASC gives you permission to pause your studies to watch it!) Beat Procrastination! Eat that Frog!

ASC Count Down to Final Exams

Proven Methods for Improved Final Exam Preparation and Focus Based on a 2013 article by Shaniese Alston, Office of New Media of the State University of New York Say NO to cramming: Study in 20-50 minute increments and give yourself 5-10 minutes in between. By distributing learning over time versus cramming, you will typically gain …

ASC Study Tip- It’s not too late to get a tutor!

The Academic Success Center (ASC) will continue to take requests to get a tutor until April 12. Please see the ASC website for how to apply and typical courses tutored. If you had a tutor last semester you will only need to fill out an on-line request and an application will be emailed to you! …

ASC is Hiring Tutors for Fall 2019

The ASC is taking recommendations from professors for tutors in their disciplines. If interested in becoming a tutor for the ASC, please contact a professor and have them send a recommendation to the asc@hope.edu. Recommendations will be gathered through next week (3/22) and information meetings will be presented following Spring Break. The ASC usually hires …

5-STEP FINAL EXAM WEEK PREPARATION – Part II

1. Divide up your time. • Spend Time Studying for the Exams that Carry the Most Weight. • Focus Your Time on Difficult Classes – spend the majority of your time on the classes where your grade is borderline. 2. Stay alert. • Get a good night’s SLEEP! Your brain can’t function properly without 7-8 hours …

5-STEP FINAL EXAM WEEK PREPARATION – Part I

5-STEP FINAL EXAM WEEK PREPARATION – Part I Ask Questions! Don’t be afraid to speak up in class. There’s a good chance that at least one other person doesn’t get it, either. Use your prof’s office hours or schedule an appointment. Make a list of your questions and bring it with you. Record the answers …