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7 Tips to Help Students get Organized
1. Get up early on school days. Allow yourself plenty of time to get ready in the morning (and don’t switch off your alarm clock).
2. Prepare your clothes and school supplies the night before.
3. Prepare a “to do list” for each day. Do this in the evening, before you go to bed.
4. Have a designated study area (that doesn’t include in front of the TV). Keep this free of clutter, with essential supplies close at hand.
5. Don’t overload your schedule with extracurricular activities. Allow yourself some time just to chill and do nothing.
6. Use a calendar to keep on top of homework and tests. Some people find using colour coding helps.
7. Have regular, and consistent, study times.
Need help with school work?
Here’s a site where you can literally look up just about any and ever edition of a school book and type in any page number, get the answer PLUS steps showing how it was done.
This next one, I can’t even begin to start where it’s useful but it has a section where you can look up school books you are most popularly assigned to read and do work on in class and will have the book analysis/synopsis, character profiles, notes, summaries ect.
Mathway: Note that this can also be downloaded via phone app, I know Iphone and android have it.
Wolfram: This one is really good for things like equations and solving for whatever letter it may be, however it may be a little indirect, it may take a second look but it is just as useful as the first link. If you look around the site, there’s different widgets for SPECIFIC lessons in math.
You can access any general Glencoe/McGraw book online here if you ever don’t have your book here.
If I find more useful websites, I’ll Post them as an Edit.