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1 Need to Succeed? Here’s How! Right Now! Inspired by Dr. Seuss
2 A Prudent Student! Get to class early, And it’ll pay. You’ll sit up frontAnd be attentive each day.Set two alarms!Get some coffee, too!Do what it takesAnd you’ll make it through!
3 Boats of Notes! Write them, Type them, Sing them, too! Find the method That works for you!Write them once,Or twice if you’re daringAnd you’ll realizeJust how well you’re faring!
4 Sometimes it takes more than just one. Study Buddy!Sometimes it takes more than just one.Study with a buddy,And have lots of fun!In groups,Or just pairs,Whatever you do,Studying may be better,If you do it in “twos”.
5 Seize Z’s Sleep is your friend. Remember that… And you’ll see a happy end!Movies are fun,Clubbing, tooBut you’ve got to do, what’s best for you!
6 Shy!? Why? Profs don’t bite, I promise this much. So ask lots of questions,About tests and quizzes and such.The know so much,And they will help,So ask your profs,Just give a yelp!
7 Hate to Wait Procrastinate? Never, you say! Seize that assignment And do it today.Movies and funThough important, tooCan wait it’s turnHomework is #1 for you!
8 Clean Machine Bad thing, is mess, And so is the clutter, When things are messy,They put thoughts in a flutter!So keep your space,Nice and clean,You’ll be surprised,For studying will be keen!
9 Have Fun, Hon! Remember to take a study break! Studying is good, But a weary mind it can make!When energy falls,Take a break right away,Just get up and go!Go out and play.
10 Good Luck! And now, my friend, You know all I can give, You will reach a happy end,If you live, live, live, live.It’s all within reach,Don’t ever doubt,Just heed what I teach,and “success” you will shout,Now, on to success!You know the way,You know how to do it,Go ahead, seize that A!
11 This Dr. Seuss-Inspired Compilation of Study Skills Tips was written by Shawna Strickland, Resident Assistant in Edwards Hall at Colorado State University.Thanks for using my board! If you wouldn’t mind, I would love hearing from those who put it up.Best of luck in your studies and RA duties!ShawnaClick here for an example of how Resident Assistant Rebecca Wiedmer used this information to create her board