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active Jul 29 '16 at 12:34

Time management

As I get further in to higher levels of school, managing time is getting harder. I used to exercise for an hour but now I don't even have time to do that anymore. It's getting harder to finish all my schoolwork and get to things that I like to do, whether it's composing, or surfing the internet. So

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active Jul 25 '16 at 13:12

How to become better at time management?

As I'm getting older, I'm starting to realize just how little hours there are in a day and just how much I need to do within a time limit. I'm still struggling with my time management, and would really appreciate some tips. Everyone will have different ways of tackling this, and I'm open to any sugg

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active Jul 22 '16 at 20:32

Should I get a job during the school year?

I want the money from having a job, but I'm worried that I couldn't fit one in. I'm taking 3 AP classes and I normally have As and Bs and I'm also part of the cross country and track teams, do you think I could handle adding a part-time in?

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active Jan 10 at 13:25

What are some study skills or daily habits that really helped you stay organized in college or a busy work life?

I am planning to attend college in a few months. I currently balance my work, school, and social life pretty well but I understand college life will be very different. I would like to know some helpful study and organizational tips people may have developed over time in order to work as efficiently

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active Dec 07 '16 at 20:52

Is it more beneficial to take more credits per semester in a shorter amount of time or less credits per semester in a longer amount of time?

As a student trying to save money on college fees while still maintaining a great GPA for my resume, I want to know whether or not I should be taking 14 or 18 credit hours per semester. I am in the Public Health Sciences Field. I want to make the most of my college experience.

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active Oct 12 '16 at 22:31

How can I become more involved in volunteer work while balancing school work and a job?

Hi there, I want to become a volunteer at my local blood bank or hospital. I need experience for my medical school applications and I am very passionate about the work done in these professions. But, with school going on until late June and a full time summer job, adding another commitment to my s

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active Jan 12 at 11:23

Is there such a thing as too much ambition? How do I decide what activities i should put effort into most?

I have a lot of ideas and interests, but not all of them fall in line with my career aspirations. This is a general question for experienced ambitious people. Im a student aspring to become a clinical psychologist, but I also want to be involved in politics, and i have numerous hobbies. What level o

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active Oct 25 '16 at 14:21

How to balance school and work?

I might start working soon and worried about how to balance both school and work at the same time. I am usually great with time management and finishing tasks in a timely manner or on time. For some weird reason, i am a bit worried.

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active Oct 17 '16 at 17:13

As a creative moving from a small town to a large city, what's the most important use of my time this summer?

I'm a small town writer/filmmaker, and I plan to transfer to Columbia College Chicago. Should I be indulging my creative side, or working on more practical skills, like business, communication, and finances (or simply learning to shop for groceries, fix a car, cook better food)? I am employed and sa

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active Oct 11 '16 at 15:24

What are some ways I can use my college summers efficiently if I can't get a summer job?

I'm entering my sophomore year in college, and still enjoying my summer. However, I was unable to find myself a steady job this summer (so I've been taking work where I can- moving jobs, pet & house-sitting, yard work, etc..), and have thus been spending all of my free time exercising my creativ

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