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What is the best way to manage my time in high school ?

My name is Merlina and I'm in high school.

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Edison’s Answer

Hi Merlina;

Sometimes procrastinating about your school work or projects at least for me is stressful- I divide my work if it’s too big of a home work or assignment, I like to divide it into smaller portions until it’s finished, obviously prioritizing is good, a good go to is to do the assignments right away, without waiting to go home, the sooner you finish your assignments the better you’ll feel, the more time you’ll have for yourself!

Edison recommends the following next steps:

Divide workload into smaller groups
Make a schedule
Allow yourself time for yourself
Treat yourself (award) when you finish a task
Make a schedule and give yourself time for self care
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Edison’s Answer

Hi Merlina;

Sometimes procrastinating about your school work or projects at least for me is stressful- I divide my work if it’s too big of a home work or assignment, I like to divide it into smaller portions until it’s finished, obviously prioritizing is good, a good go to is to do the assignments right away, without waiting to go home, the sooner you finish your assignments the better you’ll feel, the more time you’ll have for yourself!

Edison recommends the following next steps:

Divide workload into smaller groups
Make a schedule
Allow yourself time for yourself
Treat yourself (award) when you finish a task
Make a schedule and give yourself time for self care
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abdullah’s Answer

they are some strategies you can teach them:

1 Work During Productive Hours
2 Limit Distractions
3 Eliminate Stressful Interactions
4 Create Time Blocks
5 Establish Daily Routines
6 Get Plenty of Sleep
7 Prioritize Important Tasks
8 Review Recent Successes

finally, should be learn and practice of your time management
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Alayna’s Answer

Time management looks different for everyone. What has worked for me, though, is figuring out a schedule and keeping myself to it. I like to set aside a few hours each day to complete my work so that I don't end up procrastinating and staying up late working. I also recommend finding a good study space, such as a library where you can focus and work uninterrupted. In high school, I would go to the library right after school and get all of my work done for the day. Then I had the rest of the afternoon to hang out with friends and family, rest, and do anything else I wanted to.
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Jane S.’s Answer

Make yourself a WRITTEN schedule and try to stick to it. Put it up near your computer and wherever you do your work. Note when things are due. Note special events, or places where you are expected to be. Don’t forget to schedule yourself some time for fun! But STICK to it, and don’t do things at the last minute. For instance, if you get home from school at 3:00 or 5:00, note that. Give yourself a solid 2 hours a night for homework. If you have a paper due on a Monday, start it 2 weeks before, and do a little each night. This way you won’t feel like you have to cram it all into the night before. Use different colored ink for homework, sports, due dates, social events, etc. It will be more fun to look at.
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