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13 College Tips That Aren't In Your Orientation Packet

Take heed of these wise words. You've got lots of learning to do, and Lenovo wants to help you do it your way.

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2. The middle is definitely the primo seating area.

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You can't hear in the back, and your computer screen is a little too visible in the front. Also, you're 100% less likely to get called on to answer a question. This is science.

3. Divide work amongst your study group so everyone does a share...

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...but don't micromanage everyone's contributions, or you'll probably end up studying alone.

6. Explore alternative modes of transportation at your own peril.

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Yeah, it's fun, but do you really want to be known as the "big-wheel tiny-wheel bike dude"?

7. There's nothing wrong with talking about high school in college...

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...but you probably shouldn't start every personal anecdote with "Back in high school..."

10. Take the time to read something outside of your coursework.

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You have total access to a massive library with all the books you could ever want. Literally all of them. Take advantage of this. One day, you will miss it.

13. And lastly, take the time to befriend your professors. They're super cool.

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BUT DON'T refer to your professor by his or her first name. Even if they say it's OK, it is not.

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