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Is is hard to balance academics and social life?

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Miranda’s Answer

During most of my college career I took 16 credits at once and worked multiple jobs. While it was challenging to still maintain a social life, it wasn't impossible. Prioritization and planning were key. If I planned out my week ahead of time I could balance everything effectively.

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Prettina’s Answer

Prioritizing and time management can help you big time in balancing academics and social life. Try to be as organized as possible, so you know where your time and energy can be focused than be wasting them. Have a planner which has even the smallest of details of what you want to do - day wise, week wise, month wise, quarterly ,half yearly and yearly. There may be deviations as you follow your plans but it will help you to get back on track.
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Hope’s Answer

Hi, Julia.

It certainly doesn’t have to be. Prioritize what is important. Know that some days you will have to say “no” to peers and buckle down to study, BUT that doesn’t mean you will have to say “no” all the time. So it could be no big deal. There WILL be times you can celebrate your academic successes. What worked best for me was becoming friends with people who had the same mindset.

I’m sure you will have great college memories and success stories you’re proud of!

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