We already brought you part one of our list of the top 10 life hacks for students, and now we’re back with part two! Check out five more fascinating and useful tips for students of any kind to survive both school and life below. You might be surprised by what you learn!
Number Five: Use the Internet to Your Advantage. If you struggle with math, try visiting the website mathway.com. You can select your class, enter the problem or problems you are struggling with, and then you will get your answer! However, note that this is not a substitution for actually working through problems yourself.
Number Four: Yawn to Find Out if You’re Being Watched. If you’re paranoid that someone in your class has been staring at you, then try yawning, and observe what happens. If the other person yawns, you can almost guarantee they were looking at you! Yawning truly is a contagious behavior.
Number Three: Use Chapstick on Your Papercuts. Instead of using Chapstick on your lips, try using it on your papercuts! The compounds in Chapstick will both stop the bleeding and mollify your pain. And we all know just how painful papercuts can be.
Number Two: Use Simple Wikipedia. If you need to cover information on a variety of topics in a short period of time, try visiting simple.wikipedia.org. There, you can enter your keyword, and you will be directed to the Wikipedia page of what you entered almost instantaneously. You can find relatively accurate information about almost any topic on Wikipedia, and Simple Wikipedia streamlines the process of searching.
Number One: Punch Your Principal in the Face. This one is more of a desperate measure than one of the best life hacks, but if you’re ready to get out of school and just don’t have the time to bother graduating, then go ahead and punch your principal in the face. The results are almost instant! In reality, if you’re tired of school, we feel you. But keep going, because there’s almost no replacement for a high school diploma. Once you have your diploma, then you can punch your principal in the face – but only if he or she deserves it. Kidding!