1. Set Goals
Having short-term and long-term goals is important in general, but in college it's crucial. For example, if you set the long-term goal of graduating with a 4.0, you automatically know how you have to proceed for the next 4 years. If you have a short-term of passing a test on a unit you didn't understand, then you know you need to set more time aside to study for it.
Prioritizing goes along with goal-setting. You need to think about what takes more or less time, what you're better or worse at, due dates, and the importance of the task. Once you take all of these things into consideration, you can begin to work on things in a way that is the most efficient for you...Continue Reading...