People that don’t succeed in classes because they don’t know how to study effectively or that they’re not good at time management. There could be a lot of reasons why students suffer in class and it has nothing to do with their IQ. Your environmental factors or study habits will make your succeed or fail in college. There are students who would pay $400 per class and then drop it by the end of the semester. They have wasted their money and time and haven’t accomplished their goal. You can avoid all of these bad outcomes if you just plan more carefully next time.
The first thing you would need to do is to plan out your college schedule and then your work schedule and other activity. Once you have a good idea of the time you will have to work everything out perfectly then you will know how many class you can take. Some students support themselves while going to school and this is one of the reasons why most of them suffer in college and that’s time constrain. Most students have the IQ but other factors make them suffer in school. You could have a 4.0 GPA student suffering from easy classes if that student doesn’t do all the things that is required to pass that class like doing homework, research paper and group project.
Passing the exam alone is not all of the points that are needed to pass the class. I don’t think that it’s a good idea living on your own while attending a serious college program. Although you may be intelligent but others factors could get in the way of you completing everything that you need to complete. If it’s possible, you should stay at home and go to college and have your family help you out with rent. You don’t know how much this will help you. You don’t have to worry about rent and foods and other stuff.
It’s a headache trying to pay rent, foods, utility and having to study and work too. I have done it myself and I can say that it’s not the best plan in the world. You’re more likely to suffer academically then succeed. If you have a really large bank account then you can live on your own and don’t have to work and can succeed in school but I doubt that this is the case with everyone. Most students in college don’t have the support they needed and have to take out loans. If you have to live on your own then try to have several roommates who can share room costs and help you out when you’re stuck in some emergency.
Emergency can make you drop a class like your car breaking down on your way to your final exam. You can tell the teacher to give you an incomplete but they may not do it and you have to waste some more time trying to complete it later. So you have to find a way to get to campus regardless of your transportation failure. For example, you can go several hours early on the day of the exam and so you don’t run into emergency. Every time you have an important date in class, just go to campus several hours early so that you don’t have to run into problems. The campus has everything for you anyways and you can hang out, eat, meet people, and play game or workout. When you’re in college, try to stay on campus as much as possible so you can get all of your work done with all the resources that are available to you like computers, books, printers, tutoring center and everything else.