Facing the End of the Year by Sariah Ramos
As the school year comes to close, many of us are worrying about finals and grades. Reflecting on the time we spent in class for the past year, you may realize there are some things you could have done better. There are many habits you should look to adopt for the upcoming school year. In order to thrive academically, you should keep organized, set goals and avoid procrastination.
Staying organized is a key factor for success in school. Utilizing a planner will help keep all your tasks organized. A well-organized planner will ensure that you never miss an assignment. It is a great way to make sure that you are staying on top of your assignments. Setting goals will ensure that you are always painting the bigger picture. It is easy to get off track and lose sight of what you are really working for. By setting goals there is no doubt that there will always be something there to motivate you. Procrastination is the deadliest disease when it comes to school. Absolutely nothing good comes from being a procrastinator. To do well in school it is advised to do all your assignments when they are first assigned. Avoiding procrastination also helps avoid unwanted and unneeded stress.