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
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
I am quite at time-managing but sometimes, I can also fall victim to procrastination.
How long did it take for you to figure out what career you were interested in? I'm a Junior and I still don't know what I want to do after college.
I want to become a veterinarian, but I heard that being in that particular field can be kind of time consuming. I just wanted to know how careers affect ones personal life.
People tell me the more sleep the better but I really don't get much sleep. Im always late to bed early to rise because i like studying at night but need to get up early for practice so sleep doesn't come when needed.
I'm not the best at time management and could use some advice.
I'm 15 and I have trouble managing my time and staying focused at school. How can I fix this? What did you do?
I struggled through high school with being organized and that is where I failed to make the most of my education. I do not want to fall into old habits when I start college in the fall. I need to learn how to manage my time more efficiently so I do not struggle through college.
I want to know some ways people have gone about balancing sports and studying during high school as sometimes i feel like I'm unable to do both at the same time.
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?
At times I have trouble studying and I have different methods to study. I'm asking this question because I want to know if it would be more difficult to study in college then in high school.
I would like tips on how to stay organized in and throughout college.
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
Is it possible to intern while playing a varsity sport in college? How hard is it to manage your time as a student-athlete?
I recently graduated as a psych major and am nervous about job searching. What is a good place to begin and what are some tips to help improve my chances of finding a job?
I was asking this question because it seems like to me, that getting a job during college is impossible. But somehow, people graduate college and I wonder how?
This question was asked by Sofia from Baltimore. She's a senior in high school, and she's hoping to learn strategies to prepare for the rigorous course load of college next fall.
I am not sure on how I can make the most of my summer. I do not want to have days where I am doing nothing, I want every day to be a day where I am making strides toward my career.
My plan at the moment is to become a psychologist, but I'm still on the fence about whether I want to be a psychologist or a concept artist. Both of these paths are drastically different, so how do I pick between them?
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.
I'm a sophomore in high school and I started preparing for the SAT. Would it benefit me to start this early or is it not early at all? What studying strategies would you recommend? Thanks!
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
I'm asking this question because generally full-time students tend to find it difficult to balance well between school and work.
Freshmen nowadays get confused on how to manage their work life and studying and having fun. Any advice to help them to be more organize?
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
I am a student athlete and often crunched for time when it comes to studying! I am usually very tired and opt for sleeping before the test but I always wonder if I should use those six hours of sleep to study more.
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.
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
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