Winter Break has come to a close, and you’re back in school finishing out your spring semester of college, oh how time flies. Although the start of a new semester can be stressful with new professors, new classes, and new coursework, you can ease that stress a bit by getting organized. Remember, the spring semester of college is typically the one that flies by, so you want to ensure you’re prepared.
Here are 4 things you can do to get organized this semester:
1.Buy a Planner
If you’ve made it this far without a planner (kudos), but I’m not too sure how long your luck will run. Buying a planner this semester or something to document your assignment due dates, application deadlines, and misc. task is going to be a game changer for you. Planners will also help you stick to a schedule and not waste your time!
2. Actually, Read Your Syllabus
Yesterday was #syllabusday for a bunch of you guys, but how many of you actually took the time to read through it? This semester, I would encourage you to read through your syllabus and document all of your assignment due dates, test, pop quizzes and presentations in your planner. This will be sure to keep you organized and on track.
3. Organize Your Stuff
If you still have last semester coursework laying around your dorm room or in your bookbag, it’s likely time to get organized and ready for a new semester.This semester, do yourself a favor and go through your desk, your computer, and old folders to clean out all coursework. You’ll thank yourself later.
4. Use Printables
There are tons of printables online that can help you to organize every area of your semester. Want to meal prep, create a budget, and track your student involvement, there’s a printable for that! Printables are good because you can print them out and stick them right in your planner for easy access.
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