Ok, so basically making flash cards takes time, and time doesn’t grow on trees, right? Of course it doesn’t idiot. You might know that apples are the things that grow on tree’s if you used StudyBlue. What is StudyBlue you ask? Ahh lemme tell you young honey child. What is it? StudyBlue is a cute widdle webapp that lets you create bad ass muthaf***ing digital flash cards directly from notes you take… Read More
Your terms paper is due on Thursday and guess what it’s worth 50% of your grade. My guess is that you probably want to get that baby proofread. You can ask Larry, your roommate who has been going on a 2 week Minecraft binge OR you can get it proofread by some pros! Ultimately, it is your choice. If you think Larry the roommate can handle it than be my guest…. Read More
Dallas Cowboys all-star running back and graduate of the University of Oklahoma, DeMarco Murary sits down to talk about his favorite college memories. From his favorite women’s studies class, to dating his football coaches niece and more.
We’ve all tried, time and time again, to get a study group or group project together. In my experience, it’s a lot email, phone, and Facebook exchanging that result often in one or two barely populated meetings.These meetings are usually comprised of a lot of waiting for people to arrive and excuses as to why people have to leave. No more lonely group project meetings! But don’t despair things are about to… Read More
Multiple choice exams scary some people however given the right approach they can be your best friend. Below I have outlined 8 Must Know Tips For Multiple Choice Tests. If followed crushing your exam should be a piece of cake. 1. Reading the answers first See if there are any answers hat just stand out. Then read the question. Sometime you can eliminate answers just by simple reasoning. 2. Eliminate answers… Read More
It’s not news that sleep is tied to learning—even a 90-minute nap can significantly help boost your brain power—but if you want to cement new knowledge in your brain, recent sleep research demonstrates that a good night’s sleep shortly following your studies has a significant impact on your ability to retain information. The study in question asked participants to memorize related word pairs (e.g., circus – clown) and unrelated word pairs (e.g.,… Read More
We have all had too much to study in not enough time. Which leaves us with only two options, sleep or success. For most BAMFs out there all nighters become our solution. The great people at college humor have decided to illustrate this with a series of hilarious comics. Check some of them out below. via collegehumor Remember to follow Bright Futura on Facebook, Twitter, or you can subscribe to our RSS feed.
Studying alone for many is challenging and often times boring. This is because many people spend their valuable time staring a their books and notes for hours hoping that somehow the material will be absorbed into your head. So, rather than allowing you to continue to waste your time studying inefficiently, I have put together a list of 10 ways you can establish a study session routine that utilizes any or all… Read More