Organize your way to the top of the class
Now that school has started and the first day high of seeing old friends and meeting new classmates and professors has worn off, it's time to knucle down and roll up your sleeves as the first wave of homework, projects and requires readings come your way - cluttering desks, spilling out of lockers and filling up calendars with deadlines.
If you find yourself hyperventilating at the mere thought , never fear, because while it's up to each student whether they can achieve academic success and balance their time, some A+ student study habits are easy to achieve. A common denominator among top students is their ability to organize. Organizing may sound like a bore and a chore but it can actually be fun. A long-time study buddy of students, Post-it® Brand gives you some tips on how to start the academic year on a high note.
Calendar your classes. The moment you get your schedule, map it out on a calendar to serve as your guide. Not only will this keep you organized, it also eliminates embarrassing moments like being late for class and org meeting schedules as well as extra-curricular activities. You can make your own personalized calendar and express yourself as a daily reminder to be creative and fun despite the pressure of school. Color code your notes. Wrap different notebooks in different, eye-catching colors so you can find and reach for the right notebook during the right class. If you're using a binder, make color-coded tabs for each subject and flip through each section easily.
Be smart and hip by getting organized and get ready for the adventures ahead as you tackle the new semester.