We often grumble when it comes to revising for tests or exams. Studying is indeed tough, stressful and frustrating, or even traumatic for some. But what if I tell you there’s one study technique that could not only speed up your studying process, but is also more effective and fun? And the best of all, what if I told you that this technique could actually improve your scores and studying ability? Don’t believe me? Read on.
When the weather is dreary outside, it can be challenging for an international student to find some fun activities to do in a small Dutch city like Apeldoorn where Wittenborg is located. MBA student and columnist, Hanna Abdelwahab, has some suggestions.
Patience can be defined as the ability to endure pain or suffering when faced with affliction or provocation. It basically means remaining calm and steadfast without resorting to impulsive reaction or action. A patient person is as tenacious as steel or tar, which means tough and not easily affected by an external force. Patience does not just mean the ability to restrain yourself from fighting or hitting another person, or going berserk and breaking things. It goes beyond that. Many people would claim that they are patient and humble. But are they?
What do we do when we have a problem, a dichotomy or dilemma? Do we become anxious, angry, go into depression, forget about it, or simply give up and quit? Do we have the mental disciplines and tools to behave intelligently and face the problem or challenge head-on until we succeed?
What does punctuality mean to a student population as diverse as that of Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences with its more than 80 different nationalities? MBA student Hanna Abdelwahab does not think culture is binding when it comes to being on time.
In this week's student column, MBA student Hanna Abdelwahab, contemplates whether pursuing a master's degree is a worthwhile investment - a question almost all undergraduates are confronted with at some point in their studies.