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Organization Tips for School

September 10, 2012

Summer is over–it’s time to get ready to head back to school! Whether you’re a freshman or rising senior, it always pays to be organized. Here are several things you need to know in order to stay on top of your workload while in school.

  • Always use a planner. Planners are the best things for any college student, regardless of your major. If you stay up-to-date with your homework, clubs, organizations, sports and jobs, there’s no way you’ll miss out on an activity or forget an assignment. It’s a good idea to update your planner after every class or meeting so you’ll be 100% sure of deadlines, projects and meetings that are approaching in the future.

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