Hints on How to Succeed in College Classes

In Jeff Bennett’s, Hints on How to Succeed in College Classes, he discusses the hours needed to study in order to make a good grade in a class or study “Effecively”. I disagree with theses hours because I am currently enrolled in college algebra and I feel that I have “mastered” the subject. I rarely study for quizzes and spend little to no time on homework. He believes that homework for a 3 credit course should be studied for 3 to 5 hours. It only takes me about an hour, if not less, to complete an assignment, depending on the amount of work.

In turn, I absolutely argree wih his strategies fo studying, preparing for exams, and presentation of work. This shows a major difference in work performance and also boosts credibilty with one’s professor. It gives work a unique appeal and shows that time and iniative was taken in completing the assignment which can improve grades.

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