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Sorority Rush Overview

Typically, rush is called “formal rush” because it’s a highly organized process lasting several weeks. Each institution has its own way of conducting rush, but this can give you a general idea of how it works.

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First you need to be sure you understand the basis of the grade. Recheck the syllabus to see how the grades are determined.

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first-yearThe truth is that you might not find your place right away when you start college. It takes work and time.

Everyone seems to forget to mention this to you. Finding your place is so important—because if you have no place, you’ll end up lost, and if you’re lost with no place, there isn’t anywhere to go, and that’s when you will want to go home.

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pileofbooksChasing your goals requires effort and, more importantly, motivation. But if you’re like most of us, the tendency to procrastinate can sometimes get in the way. But there are definitely tricks for getting and staying motivated.

In a new environment with no mom or dad telling you when to study or go to bed, it is common to throw routine to the wind in favor of late nights out with friends and too few hours in the library. But to find success in the classroom, you have to avoid this temptation. You have to get and stay motivated.

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test-prepThe term actually refers to colleges offering a degree in a course of study comprising the arts and humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences (which may not have direct vocational relevance).

The social sciences generally relate to the study of human experience, society, and social behavior. They include psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, political science, and economics (fields of study are sometimes called disciplines).

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