10 ways to motivate yourself to studyAcknowledge your resistance and difficult feelings with motivation. Do not run away. Do not blame yourself for procrastinating now and then. Try to understand your studying style better. Don’t question your abilities. Visualise yourself starting. Focus on the task at hand.
Here are some strategies for getting yourself to class.Develop a consistent sleep pattern. Use class time to prepare for your next test. Don’t return to your room during the day. Walk in late. Unless your illness will be disruptive to class or possibly contagious, go to class.
You might want to talk to the school about it too if this is a common thing for you to do. So, yes, take a day off to clear your head and feel good, just make sure it won’t make your situation worse by missing out on work or ending up behind.
Motivate yourself to attend every lecture by exploring reasons to attend class.Using Money Wisely. Avoiding Regret. Learning Something Life-Changing. Learning What You Need to Know. Socializing With Peers. Reducing Study Time. Asking Questions. Getting Exercise.
It’s just not worth the time you’ll spend catching up on missed lectures, or worse, trying to study what was covered without notes or a recorded video. Try your best not to miss classes where participation or attendance is noticeable or important for your grade.
6 Steps to Take Next When a College Class Is FullGet on the waitlist as soon as possible. Talk to the professor. Talk to the registrar. Explore other options and alternatives. Have a backup plan ready to go if you can’t get in.
How can I get into a class if it is full? Most courses allow you to add yourself to the waitlist if the class is full. You will be added to the class automatically if seats become available before the start of the class.
Drop/Add and Email EtiquetteUse the course name and title in your subject. Address your email “Dear Professor ___”. Include your major, class year, and whether you need this course to graduate. Briefly discuss what you can bring to the class, not just what the class will do for you. Keep it simple. No matter what happens, thank the Professor!
If a class is full and can be waitlisted, you will see a WL code in the course information. To add yourself to a waitlist, log into duckweb.uoregon.edu, enter your UO ID (95XXXXXXX) and select Student Menu > Registration Menu > Add/Drop Classes. Then select the term and click the “Submit” button.