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Success at Bryn Mawr
Transcript of Success at Bryn Mawr
Study skills and study practices help you become a more effective student, test-taker and critical thinker.
Below are just a few study strategies to get you started. For more, go to http://selfcare.blogs.brynmawr.edu/
Knowing yourself is important to understanding how you learn and how you have grown.
Keep in mind that you are in charge of yourself
This means that success, whether at BMC or outside of it, is dependent on you.
Success at Bryn Mawr
Success: Bryn Mawr & Beyond
What is self-care and how are you a part of it?
Self-Care at BMC
Seven areas of self-care
Self-care at Bryn Mawr is comprised of seven areas that, combined, help you to find your balance.
Study in an environment that works for you
Limit your distractions; they can be good stress relievers within reason (social media, friends, etc.)
A work-break balance is typically 45-15 or 50-10
Reviewing material is only effective when you practice the ideas & concepts you reviewed
If a professor tells you to focus on a specific area, do it.
Review previous lectures
Preview upcoming lectures
Question what you covered
Read the Intro
Read the Conclusion
Read the first & last paragraph of each sectionchapter
Read/skim through the entire reading
Recognize Main Ideas
Identify supporting details
Structure & create your outline
Tips for Editing Papers
Make it a reader-based approach
Read your paper aloud
Academic Support & Learning Resources Specialist, Rachel Heiser
Peer Mentoring Services
Stress Management, General Academic Support & Academic Success and Planning
The Counseling Service
The Health Center
Registered Dietician, Natalie Zaparzynski
Setting yourself up for success is something that takes time, commitment and focus. With the following strategies, tips and pieces of advice, we hope to set you up toward
Students with Disabilities
Access services is available to any students who think they may need accommodations due to a learning, physical or psychological disability.
Use a planner/agenda to help plan out a weekly, daily and monthly schedule
Break up your to do list into smaller parts with a realistic estimate of time
Find out where, when and how you can work most effectively
Stress is a part of life
And with stress comes the chance you will be off balance
Remember to find
Course-specific instruction & resources
Peer-led Instruction (PLI)
It also means asking for help is okay!
Check out the following resources for additional assistance.
Below are just some of the resources you can utilize to set yourself up for success.
The Writing Center
The Quantative Center
Post-Bryn Mawr Resources
Career & Professional Development Office (CPD)
Revise your notes
Review your notes for next class
Ask about what you learned
Take notes that make sense to you
Make notes about what does not
Leadership in Liberal Arts Center (LILAC)
Civic Engagement Office (CEO)
Deb Alder, coordinator