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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1991 - Academics. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 20, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19734.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1991 - Academics. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19734

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Title Houstonian 1991
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Transcript THE^pT OF Studying was one of the \^ joys of being a college student; however, some students had a hard time grasping it. While juggling all of the other commitments, who could remember this small, but important task. That is, of course, the reason we were all in college, or was it? Some students had grasped the task of not studying to an art. There were steps that the "successful" student must follow in order to be an accomplished "studier." First, one learned that attending class was a definite step in the wrong di- Have you ever experienced that feeling of deep animosity towards a textbook or class notes? Were you sick and tired of studying for tests that made absolutely no sense at all? If the answer to one of these questions was "yes," then you should have needed the following few, simple tips to improve your grades. rection. The problem with this was knowing when the tests were given. Luckily it happened to be the same day that you walked into the professor and knocked him over. Second on the list was getting to know the professor. Professors felt so impressed to have their students stop by for a chat that they would probably raise your grade by a letter just for your "effort." However, if you felt that you were being cheated by these steps, then fear not, because there was a solution for you, too. For the guilty types, one must first go to class at least once a week, but only stay for the first five minutes of class. This was just so that one could get the basic idea of what was going to be covered. This enabled one to know the important dates such as class cancelations and other pertinent information. Studying has always been a problem for those students who had other commitments or better things to do. After all, in order to be a "successful" student one of the most important things to know was how not to study. -Kristyn Roberts The Satellite Hill is a very comfortable place for students, such as Lisa Carville, to relax between classes, visit with friends, or glance at some notes. Bill Rielly stops in between classes to catch a few moments of studying.Photos by Thomas Nguyen. Studying for long periods of time in the library caused Cherilyn Cockrell to take a break from long hours of studying. Stopping in between classes to get a Coke and a snack, Sue Munder receives her extra energy to make it through the rest of a hectic day. Photos by Thomas Nguyen. Researching term papers is a part of college that most students, like Mary Graham, do not look forward to. Greg Montgomery stops during a break to copy notes for a class he could not attend. Photo by Thomas Nguyen. J& 76 ^jf" Academics How Not To Study 77