Finish Strong

Finish Strong, You Will

Three-thirty a.m., it is, and your hunched silhouette is dozing over the textbook chapters you should have read in February. But now the final taunts you from six hours away. Not even a five-hour energy drink can save you now.

We've all been there. It's embarrassing. It's devastating. It's exhausting.

Student Success, in partnership with Yoda, is here to help you avoid that feeling of desperation and that late-night cram. Focused on three sound pillars — the well-being of your mind, body and study habits — this site is filled with dedicated resources to make sure you finish the semester strong. Even after the semester is over, these skills, habits and resources can help you through the next string of exams.

So advance, young padawan, and learn the ways of the high-GPA Jedi. Either through finding a suitable activity to minimize your weaknesses, reading about those who failed to achieve studying-nirvana, skimming a list of other online resources or clicking an icon below, your path through the end of the year will not be a treacherous one.

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