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Organizational Skills 10 Organizational Tips: 1. First start off by creating a “clear area” - Clear your work space of all unnecessary materials not related to the assignment that you are working on at the moment. By maintaining a neat and clear work space, you will waste less time struggling to locate what you need and more time focusing on what you are working. 2. Use folders and an academic planner to keep track of your assignments, deadlines and appointments. - Use a folder to organize all your different classes and have all your work for one class separate from another. Use a two section folder to organize assignments that are being worked on and as well as pass assignments that have been graded. By using this system of organizing you can be able to find locate all your work for your one class or for your job (if employed). - In your planner, be sure to write important dates such as due dates, tests and quizzes that are coming up and extra things that you find important. This is a good form to track your days and while you keep a record of what you need to do, set goals that you want to accomplish such as “What assignments you want to have done” or “How long will I set to studying versus going out?” 3. Schedule time to complete your assignments based on anticipated time on task and urgency .
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