Academic Success – Sleep Your way to Better Grades

As a sophomore in Undergrad at Norfolk State University , I set out to get my very first 4.0 as a college student. In doing so, I set certain bounadries and disciplines for myself. A few of them I want to definitely share with you today. 1. I chose to study, learn, and associate with…

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College Scholarships are Clicks Away

Like most people you are likely “trippin” from the cost of college these days. Scholarships seem like a great option to lessen the blow to your wallet. But, you may be wondering if they are achievable for the average student. The good news is they most certainly are. Not all scholarships are academic scholarships that…

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How to Listen Actively in Class

The majority of things you learn during your educational career , comes through listening in class. So be an active listener and LISTEN CAREFULLY. Here are few suggestions. 1. MOVE CLOSER to the front of the class so you won’t have any trouble seeing, hearing or paying attention. 2. FOCUS YOUR ATTENTION on what the…

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The Oprah Show Interviews Kantis Simmons

”There I am, waiting behind stage in my dressing room for the producers of the Oprah Show to call me on stage. As I nervously wait, I reflect on what got me to this point in life. The point where Oprah desires to interview me, Kantis Simmons, an Academic Success Coach, Speaker & Author.”

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3 Plays to Ace Your Final Exams

With Final Exams right around the corner, I want to congratulate you for making it this far in the school year. (Round of applause for you!) However the big finale, FINAL EXAMS, is coming soon so your “A” game is needed. How do you prepare for final exams? Where do you start studying? Will you…

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Test Taking – Three Plays to Ace Your Final Exams

With Final Exams right around the corner, I want to congratulate you for making it this far in the school year. (Round of applause for you!) However the big finale, FINAL EXAMS, is coming soon so your “A” game is needed. How do you prepare for final exams? Where do you start studying? Will you…

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From 8th Grade Honors to 12th grade Honors and Beyond

I want to persoanlly salute the city of Murfeesboro, Tennesssee for their aggressive approach in assiting their city youth. They have an awesome scholarship foundation that doesn’t only give financial scholarships to Graduating highschool seniors but they monitor, train, and oversee 8th Grade Honor Roll Students. Statistics nationwide have shown that the number of students…

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Time Management: How to Ride on 24’s

“I Need More Time!”…….”I just don’t have enough time.”…….. “I wish I didn’t have so much to do.”………”If there were only more days in a week.”…………”I’m so busy, I wish there were two of me.”……..”So much to do, so little time.”…………..And the list goes on and on. You’ve heard these comments before. In fact, you’ve…

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DO-DO’s of Studying

As I have been speaking to students over last few weeks, and hearing some of their challenges with academics, I’ve decided to post some simple “Do’s and Don’t s of studying”. Take a look at the below and see how they can be implemented in your academic life this school year. DO’S 1.Prioritize your study…

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