Manage Your Time
As a student, you have many responsibilities, including but not limited to studying for exams, writing papers, reading books for book reports, and completing projects and presentations. Outside of school you have family, sports, clubs and activities.
To be successful, the first thing you should do is find a place where you can study without distractions. Making a habit of turning off electronics during homework and study time can go a long way toward helping you complete tasks on time.
You can also keep a calendar to plan ahead and break the more time-consuming projects into smaller, more manageable tasks. For instance, if you have a book report due in three weeks and the book is 200 pages, you could read 10 pages a day starting now, so you will have plenty of time to write your report before it’s due. On days with no after-school activities, you can work ahead, then focus on other things on busier days.
Fortunately, there are many apps and resources online to help manage your time wisely. App Crawlr, appcrawlr.com/ios-apps/best-apps-homework-planner, provides a few options to consider.
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