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Don’t blindly take the advice of advisors and recruiters and simply do things because they “look impressive”.
Do things because they get you closer to your goals, or because you like to do them.
An RA is basically the caretaker of their community.
At my school, you’re the RA of a certain “house” – a community of anywhere between 40-65 students.
It isn’t the be-all-end-all guide to college, but there is a lot here.
You may want to simply browse it and come back a few times to read more.
I’d recommend doing reading assignments when the semester begins, and then gauging their usefulness by comparing what you read to what’s presented in class and what ends up on the first test.
In my experience, I’ve been able to safely quit reading altogether after the first test in most of my classes and still pull down epic test scores.
I was thinking like Machiavelli, adopting an “ends justify the means” mindset – except, I didn’t have a particular end in mind. In a way, the ends do justify the means when it comes to how you spend your time in college – but you need to clearly define the ends and make sure that they’re what you want.Too often, I’ll talk to students who say they don’t check their school email even once a week.This is mind-bogglingly stupid; schools will send important information about classes, critical dates, events, and more to your email. I’m not saying you have to check your email every hour (in fact, I’m trying to get away from this habit), but it’s a good idea to check it at least once a day.I joined multiple committees, became the webmaster for the school’s business council, and started volunteering 10-15 hours a week for the sound team at a church. My time was always taken up by All the time I wanted to be spending with friends was already dedicated to meetings, projects, work, or other previously scheduled things.At the same time, I was still juggling a full course load and 20 hours a week at my job. Sure, I got a bunch of stuff to put on my resume, but none of it helped me get any closer to my goals.