Do you ever put off studying until you’re up against a deadline? Do you have trouble managing your study time along with your extracurriculars—not to mention eating and sleeping?
Help to study better
Stanford has advising and academic skills coaching to help you beat issues like time management, procrastination, reading comprehension and retention, and test anxiety.
- Check out the academic skills page, where you can take a skills inventory, grab study tips, and read a weekly blog that guides you through the quarter.
- Academic Skills Coaches can meet with you individually to work on whatever academic issues you have. Make an appointment with an Academic Skills Coach.
- If you have a disability or need accommodations, the Office of Accessible Education can help you get accommodations and other support.
- If you’re a varsity athlete, you can also visit the Athletic Academic Resource Center (AARC) for tutoring and advising.
- Don’t forget the advisors in your dorm, in Sweet Hall, and in your major department. Read About Your Advisors.
- Visit the Resilience Project page to learn how others have bounced back from struggles and failures and grown because of them.
- Some clubs and community centers offer study nights, so check with them.