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01/09/2020
Are you stressed about the challenges that come with the new academic year? If you are, read this post by The Tutoring Center, Frisco TX to learn a few tips on how you can face them effectively this new year.

While starting a new year can be incredibly exciting and refreshing, it also comes with its fair share of challenges. If you're a student, this may mean that you have to face academic, personal, social, and other types of challenges as you go back to school. It's true that said challenges may be intimidating, but they shouldn't put you down. On the contrary, you should overcome them so you can have your best academic year yet. To learn what challenges you may be facing this back-to-school season, and how you can go through them effectively, read the tips on the post below.

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New Academic Year Challenges

Going Back to the School Routine

Probably one of the challenges that students dread the most regarding going back to school is that of returning to their regular school routine (which includes getting up early and eating at different times). If you struggle with this, take it a little bit at a time. Before going back, start readjusting your sleeping and eating schedule days in advance. Doing it progressively will make it less harsh.

Not Having as Much Free Time

While we're talking about the differences in the school and break routines, a big one is that when you're in school, you don't have as much free time. You have to go to school in the mornings and do homework in the afternoon. But, if there's an activity or something that you really want to spend time doing, managing your time effectively can help you do those extra things, too.

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The Social Aspect

If you're an introvert, and even if you aren't, you may also find that the social aspect of going back to school can also be challenging (especially if you're getting new teachers, are going to a new school, or know you won't have classes with your friends). In those cases, the best thing you can do is put your best face forward. If others try to talk to you, be open to conversation. If you have a challenging time meeting new people, you can break the ice by asking a peer for help with something.

Experiencing Learning Loss

Did you study your notes at all during the break? If you didn't, you may experience learning loss, which takes place when students neglect their academics for some time, and as a result, they forget what they had learned. If you don't want to go back to school as a blank slate, simply go over your notes a few times, so you can refresh your memory on the lessons you learned during the previous school year.

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The Uncertainty of Going Back

You may have an academic life that spans a few years. Still, even with all of that experience, you may feel uncertain of what's to come. This can be especially true if you're worried of what new lessons you will be learning and their difficulty. If this is your case, first of all, you need to trust your abilities. If you've made it this far is because you absolutely can do it. Then, if you feel curious, ask the teacher if they have a syllabus for the year. There, you can investigate what academic challenges you'll be facing.

Managing Expectations

Finally, one of the biggest challenges you may face this new year is that of managing expectations (of others and of yourself). It's possible that you and/or your parents put too much pressure on you to be the perfect student. To manage them, you should understand that being perfect is not possible. Moreover, you're a student who's in school to learn and making mistakes is a part of learning.

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