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Andrew is a junior from Knoxville, Tennessee majoring in Microbiology. An interesting fact about him is that he loves backpacking and has hiked a lot of the Appalachian Trail. Advice Andrew would give to a student to help them be more successful is to treat being a student like a full-time job by spending 30-40 hours a week on academic pursuits.
Jake is a sophomore from Chino Hills, California majoring in Physics and Mechanical Engineering. After graduation, he plans on working in the Aeropspace industry. An interesting fact about Jake is that he can play 9 instruments. Advice he would give to a student that would help them be more successful is to put in the work, even when it gets tough.
Meredith is a sophomore from Huntsville, Alabama majoring in Civil Engineering. An interesting fact about her is that she completed her first half marathon this past fall. Three study strategies that have helped Meredith perform well in her classes are: take good notes, utilize office hours, and to not wait until the last minute.
Michael is a sophomore from Wedowee, Alabama majoring in Mechanical Engineering. After graduation he plans to attend gradute school and obtain a career in the electrical vehicle indutry. Interesting facts about Michael are that he enjoys reading, medium distance bicycle riding, swimming, and wakeboarding.
Preston is a freshman from Mobile, Alabama majoring in Chemical Engineering. An interesting fact about him is that he has $50,000 in personal sales for Cutco. Advice he would give to a student that would help them be more successful is that you can only get out as much as you put in; hard work is easier than double work.
Sam is a junior from Hoover, AL, majoring in Mechanical Engineering. An interesting fact about him is that he once lived in Egypt! Sam describes his best time management technique as syncing his phone and computer calendar. The three best study strategies that have helped him perform well in class are: write study guides, type notes, and do the homework.