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Welcome new and returning students, another semester as we all get closer to achieving our goal of either: transferring, graduating, or starting your career. 

Just want to provide you with some tips on how to finish the semester with an A in every class aka 4.o.

  • stay positive: think positively, hang around positive people, and say positive things
  • fall in love with your syllabus; it’s your guide throughout the class
  • break down your day, have sections for studying, eating, work, etc.
  • at all times your professor should know when things are getting too stressful and other things of that nature
  • take advantage of the learning centers; I guarantee you that every course offered at MC has a learning center (you just have to ask around)
  • lastly, know when to give up sleep and know when to honor it

This semester is yours, you may not agree with all my tips and that’s OK. To each his own.

-till next time

Bob Okroajuzie

Hello, I am Bob Ndubuisi Okoroajuzie. Honestly speaking, Christ is the center of my life or at least I try to make him the center. If it doesn’t relate to Christ, it doesn’t relate to me. I became more fond of him through the reading of his word, the same way you’ll become more fond of me through my blogs. Some are surprised when I tell them things like this, or even comment saying, “Oh you’re one of those”. I sometimes laugh because this is my mindset, but I still have a good time. I know when to be serious and when to relax, so the key component in my life is balance. Loving, honesty, and amusing make up Bob. 

I am currently majoring in Business at Montgomery College. My end goal is to graduate from UMD College Park Business school and attend law school (corporate law). I'm passionate about mentoring students and being mentored. Being mentored at a young age has truly helped shape me as a young man. Truly, being a student blogger is an honor. Sharing my experience at MC and providing information will benefit current and future students at Montgomery College. 

Yesterday's the past, tomorrow's the future, but today is a gift. That's why it's called the present.

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