50 Tips That Will Help You Stay On Track This Semester

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Looking for an improvement on last semester? Try one, some, any, or all of these tips (ok kinda nuts, but very impressive) for better grades and general college survival.

 

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1. Wake Up at the Same Time Daily

 

2. Make Your Bed

 

3. Remove the Clutter from Your Floor

 

4. Make A Goals List

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5. Use a Planner

 

6. Plan Your Week Out

 

7. Plan Your Month Out

 

8. Keep Your Planner with You

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9. Create A Study Schedule

 

10. Plan Your Day the Evening Before

 

11. Keep Everyday Items on Your Desk

 

12. Make A List of Internship Application Due Dates

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13. Hydrate – Buy A Water Bottle

 

14. Start or Join A Study Group

 

15. Mark “The Days Before Its Due” In Your Planner, red pen the day it’s due, blue and black a few days before. 

 

16. Learn A Bodyweight Exercise Routine That You Can Do Anywhere/Anytime

 

17. Charge Your Phone and Laptop While You Sleep

 

18. Schedule A Day and Time for Grocery Shopping

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19. Label Your Cords

 

20. Use Cord Holders To Keep Cords From Slipping Behind Desk

 

21. Schedule Your Chores

 

22. Save Your Syllabi For Future Study Reference

 

23. Upkeep an Assignments List 

 

24. Research Writing Projects in Advance

 

25. Keep a To-Do List

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26. Learn to Say No To People – Prioritize Your Priororities

 

27. Spend 5 Minutes A Day Cleaning

 

28. Don’t Multitask

 

29. Take A Social Media Detox

 

30. Sell or Donate Clothes You Don’t Wear To Free Up Space

 

31. Find the Time of Day You’re Most Productive – And Schedule Homework and Study Sessions At That Time

 

32. Pack Your Backpack the Night Before

 

33. Buy An Extra Phone or Laptop Charger for Your Backpack

 

34. Keep a Packed Backpack of Study Supplies

 

35. Plan Your Outfit the Night Before

 

36. Have A Note-Taking System

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37. Place Keys in The Same Place

 

38. Get Good Sleep

 

39. Use the Pomodoro Study Technique or a Timer

 

40. Give Yourself Deadlines

 

41. Check Email Three Times A Day

 

42. Clean Out Your Email Once a Week

 

43. Back-Up Your Computer

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44. Hang Shelves and Utilize Wall Space To Free Up Desk Space

 

45. Use A Whiteboard for Weekly Assignments and Tests

 

46. Use A Different Color Folder or Binder for Each Class

 

47. Abide By the “Take It Out Put It Back” Rule At Your Desk

 

48. Meditate Daily

 

49. Practice Yoga

 

50. Try to Become A Minimalist

Gabe Coley

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