In this week's episode, we cover the 4 Ms! Maintaining motivation and memorising material – all which of which is collectively important to taking your academic ...
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Brown University has the distinct misfortune of consistently receiving the worst ranking amongst Ivy League schools in the highly regarded US News and World Reports rankings that are released annually.
In the Best Colleges 2010 edition Brown came in at the number sixteen overall spot in terms of the most highly prized category of National Universities Rankings. For the 2010 rankings Brown finished one spot behind fellow Ivy League school Cornell University. Unfortunately for the good folks at Brown being affiliated with such a prestigious group as the Ivy League means accepting the reality that when competing in an objective ranking system with such highly regarded institutions at least one member will have to come in last place.
Being a top twenty American university (and in this specific instance a top sixteen university) is certainly no small feat. In fact, the case can easily be made that all of the top tier schools are outstanding institutions of higher education that provide tremendous resources for the brightest students on the planet. Parents all over the world would love to be able to give their children the opportunity to attend the top universities in America.
Brown University, located in Providence Rhode Island, has a storied history that dates back to pre-Revolutionary War days in a time before the United States of America even existed. Founded in 1764 by Baptist, Brown University has been both a proud member of the Colonial Colleges (recognizing the nine oldest North American institutions of higher learning) and the Ivy League which formally adopted the Ivy title only as recently as 1954 to distinguish the athletic conference in which eight academically focused members compete.
What’s the one thing that +99 ATAR achievers have that other student’s lack?
Motivation! This is the key ingredient to a successful academic year. Without it, you won’t be able to retain key information, participate in class discussions, or study effectively to perform well on your exams.
Students can lose motivation for a number of reasons. They might be not be interested in the subject, they’re dealing with personal issues and distractions in their life, or they have problems with how the teacher is presenting the information.
Does this sound familiar to you? You’re not alone.
It’s very common for students to lose motivation at some point during their studies. But it takes a unique approach to identify the cause of the problem and come up with an effective solution. To help you out, we’ve compiled a few tips that can improve your motivation, find more joy in the learning experience, and overcome the many challenges of academic life.