The end of the school year is around the corner. Make sure you’re ready for it!
If you’re in high school, now is the time to get organized for exams and summative project due dates.
Make sure you’re on track with your courses.
If you’re smart, you’ll start preparing for your math exam on the first day of class.
What I mean is this: learn your math lessons as they are taught to you.
Don’t get behind, ever.
And if you’re struggling on a concept or skill, get some help, sooner than later.
Math is a “doing” subject. You learn it by doing it. Unlike English or History, for example, (which both involve great amounts of reading), you can master Mathematics simply by setting up and following regular, consistent study routines, from day one of class.
You’ll master it, and have little stress come exam week!
What do you want to be when you grow up?
We’ve all heard this question, dozens of times, since we were kindergarteners.
Some of us know, from day one, exactly what we want to do with our lives. And for others, it takes much longer to figure out.
Thinking about what you want to do with your life can be overwhelming! Don’t worry though – I’ve got some things for you to do while you figure it out!
Calling all procrastinators!
Here is the best tool to get you on track: the DAILY TO DO LIST.
Set up a daily time management ritual, and stick to it, and you will improve your success in school and life.
I’m going to bet you’ll see better marks, among various improvements, immediately!
Preparation is key to effective learning skills, and when you prepare well for anything in your life, you will accomplish more.