All students want to get good grades and succeed in school, but it gets tough when you have so much homework and tests to prepare for, including your social life you have to maintain so you don’t hurt yourself. To help you study smarter, here are  helpful tips to help you pass on University.
Talk with your Instructor, level adviser, counselor during Office Hours
Most students never visit their teachers during office hours. Office hours are a great time to get clarification on concepts taught in class and also to discuss challenges to face as a student, it is also a great way to get advice on studying for tests . Most  reasonable teachers love when students visit them because it means you’re interested in learning and getting your grades. Don’t be like other students—meet with your teachers on a regular basis. If you can’t meet with them during office hours, try talking with them during class breaks or right before or after class.
Get a Study Partner from Class
It’s not a bad idea to study with another student in your class, especially before a final exam or class assessment tests. Study partners can be extremely helpful because they can help clarify subjects taught in class. They might have also written down some notes you might have missed. They also can be great proofreaders for your class assignments or projects. But avoid being distracted.
Use Flash Cards
If you’re class requires memorization of key terms or concepts, make flash cards. As it is popularly seen as a child’s learning top, flash cards are very helpful in retention. Flash cards can help you learn concepts quicker because you can study the cards wherever you are. All you need is a big pack of flash cards and a rubber band. Just remember to just have one main point or concept on each card. Don’t make the mistake of putting too much data on a card, it would lose its effect
Highlight Your Books when studying – . Get an highlighting pen and use it to highlight important concepts in your book. Highlighting important parts of your textbooks will help you quickly review your textbook later. Former notes from students can really help identify key concepts.
Write in Your Textbook
One of the best ways to learn is by going  in depth in your study material. You can get involved by writing notes in you textbooks. Circle important words. Underline vital concepts. Write down questions in the margin. Summarize key concepts and write them down on the page. The more you write, the more you’ll probably learn.
Get in touch frequently with your class mates
Get the contact information from at least two other students in class. You never know when you’ll miss a class, and it’s nice to have someone to call to find out what happened. This is a must for any student.
Succeeding in school takes work, but if you study smart by using the tips above, you’ll have a much easier time.