be brave like a gryffindor. sit in the front row. ask that “stupid” question. choose that bold essay prompt. befriend the new student. join that club you wanted to last year. talk to your instructor. take credit for your work. treat yourself with honor.
be hardworking like a hufflepuff. do the extra reading. rewrite those sloppy notes. go to that morning class. work on understanding that difficult concept. help others understand it, too. make your own study guides. organize your looseleaf papers. keep your planner up to date.
be curious like a ravenclaw. write down anything and everything you’ll want to google later. question why that theorem works. overlearn. ask for help. challenge the textbook sometimes. check sources. use any extra learning resources your teachers have to offer. all of your subjects are interesting if you know where to look.
be ambitious like a slytherin. go after your goals with confidence. cut out the people who question your capability. get what you deserve. don’t settle for mediocre friends. don’t settle for a mediocre education. don’t settle. believe that this will be your year.
old notes and an acai bowl. ahh a lot is new w me this week; i won second in a school-wide poetry slam and landed a job at my local library so !! things have been hectic but lovely. i hope u all are having a wonderful february. stay motivated and take care of yourself :-)
110717 | hey everyone! these are notes ive been working on for my ap bio exam this thursday! biology is amazing. it’s so hard but so rewarding once you understand the material. i am so motivated to learn every time ♡
currently listening to: sleeping at last // hearing (beautiful song!!)
So I guess we all spend too much time on Youtube or the internet in general. To be honest, a lot of time is wasted, but there are also fun and entertaining ways to educate or motivate yourself - that’s why I’ve collected my favorite YouTube channels that could potentially be interesting to the studyblr community. I tried to differentiate the channels using a few bullet points. Hope this is helpful!
making this has been pushed back for weeks now, but I like how it turned out! be aware that this is based on my knowledge and research of essays as a high school student, so all of this might not apply to everyone
(layout inspired by @aescademic)