Succeed - Social Journey
Some friends are probably studying too. Your social life might slow down for a few weeks. Other friends and family won't be aware of the peak in the semester cycle. Keep them in the loop, engage their support (e.g. with cooking) and make times to catch up. Soon you'll have more time to spend with them. Try not to break up or fall in love for a few weeks.
Chat to classmates about studying for exams. Get together and form study groups if it suits your style.
"Joining a study group for assignments and exams was the best thing I ever did."
"I organised the family and sent them to my mum's for dinner."
"I stayed home a few more nights during the week."
"My boss was good. I was able to reorganise my shifts at work."
"It was great to have my study-buddy at the end of the phone when I needed him."
Student tip: Form study groups
"Take the initiative and form a group (two heads are better than one)."
"E-mail your class mates and invite them to join a study group."
"Meet on-line if face to face is too difficult."