Juan and I just had an interesting chat about the whole Bolonia treaty. I don't fully understand the ideas and consequences of the treaty, but it promises to change the way university students in Spain are forced to work.
One of the things Juan always mentions: Students in Spain could use a lot of help developing and refining their study skills. As teachers, we always try to offer continuous feedback and improvement. But don't just listen to us. There are lots of useful resources on the internet that can help you study smarter, not just study better. Here's one I found this morning which is positive, upbeat, and has tons of great information.
Remember the quote from "The Matrix:" I can show you the door, Neo, but YOU have to walk through it.