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『08.02.17』- 《24/100》

 More of my bujo!~ I tried to make it a white-themed café~ I can see a lot of improvements to my setups lately, so that’s good! School is just around the corner for me, so I wish you all the best of luck for those who’ll start school as well! (๑`^´๑)۶ 

「Quick tip: Pin-point what you need to prioritize in a hierarchy! This is very important and crucial when it comes to time management!」

Hello everyone! As school season finally approaches, it would be a good time to write this post about tips and advice on the start of the school year. These are general go-to tips on how to begin school in a way that may help you achieve success by the end of the year. There will be a separate post on how to mentally prepare yourself, so be sure to keep an eye out for it~!

set goals and priorities: Find out what you want to accomplish for the school year. Having goals can affect your whole performance in your classes. Also, priorities are also important; know which classes you have to study extra harder for.  

get to know your class: This includes your class curriculum (content, rules, resources, and whatnot), classmates, and teachers (yes, even though they may seem stingy, they’re going to give you benefits in the long run). By doing so, you are going to be able to adjust better to the class as a whole.

build a course outline: Something that I discovered is helpful, but couldn’t do because I realized it at the end of the year. This is basically a written or typed summary of everything you learned in the class, but in a highly condensed form. This is a very useful preparation for final exams, so I highly suggest it!!

sit in the front of the class: I have heard this from a few people, and I thought I might as well share it because it’s pretty clever. Benefits for sitting in front of the class are: you are likely to pay more attention to the lectures, there are less distractions of things and other people, and your teacher is more likely to notice you, which is a good thing for several reasons which is enough to make another masterpost (haha so I may do one in the future~)

don’t be complacent: It may be the beginning of the school year, but is it really a good start to sit in the fence for the first few weeks? Nope. Even if you don’t have a lot of work, it’s best to take advantage of your free time by studying the lessons in advance. It may be a pain at first, but it will be so much more worth it in the future.

start learning time management: I must have to stress this out, because this is one of the most super significant things a student must learn in order to be successful in school (and also in life tbh), so important that it can be another masterpost, so stay tuned for that as well! (haha so many plans ik) but long story short, this includes recognizing what has to be done first, which are called prioritizing.

I hope these tips help in some form~ If you have any questions or comments about this, I’d be more than glad to answer them in this post, through my ask box, or in dm. If you want to see more of my “Back to School Marathon” which runs for the whole month of August, please click here! It includes more tips/advice, designs, and a alot others! Thank you for reading this and have a great day!~


Here is my French review notes I took. There’s a lot to recall, but I’ll be self-studying for it this year~ (since my school doesn’t offer french 3… ._.) I’d love to communicate with someone in French to practice my skills, so if you can, I would really appreciate it ;u;

「Quick tip: It’s better to be advanced than to fall behind! 」