- Get organized.
Organize all of your materials, books, notebooks, etc.
- Plan and budget time.
Make a plan that includes budgeting the amount of time needed for different subjects, break times, and due dates for assignments.
- Color code.
Use a color-coding system to organize materials for each subject.
- Record assignments.
Use an assignment notebook to record all homework and long-term projects.
- Be methodical.
Organize all your books, notes, handouts, flashcards, study-guides, outlines, etc. before studying for a test or quiz.
- Think small.
Remember to break-up long-term assignments into small, manageable, working chunks in your daily homework schedule.
- Know your best time of day.
Choose to study during the time of day or night when you are most alert.
- Take breaks.
Take scheduled breaks during long homework assignments.
- Double-check your work.
Make sure to check your assignments for errors before turning them in to your teacher.
- Take advantage of resources.
Ask teachers, parents, and tutors for extra help and clarification.
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