Dr. J is Touro California Director of Academic Support Dr. Jill Alban.
Dear Dr. J,
I am already getting behind and I’m worried I’ll never catch up! What do you recommend?
— Behind the Wheel on Mare Island
Use your week-ends to catch up and get ahead. You have 48 hours. Even if you give yourself 9 hours of sleep, 2 hours of exercise and time for breaks, you’ll have plenty of time to catch up. The most important thing is to create a study plan. Research on study strategies has demonstrated that good students create a study plan and stick to it. Once you’ve made your schedule-set it in stone. Make a commitment to follow it.