Meeting College Demands

"One can prove that it does not take time to express intelligence"

College students are sometimes oppressed by the demands of scholastic work. It requires deeper thought, a wider compass of knowledge, and a higher quality of performance than did their high school studies. The problem often seems to present itself as a need for more time—time to read many pages, time to assimilate and think about what has been read, and time to perfect a skill or write a term paper or perform an experiment. Time seems to be much too short for study in addition to the many activities that offer the college student opportunities to grow and develop, to give of himself and his talents.

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