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How To Become Organized And Get Good Grades

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  • the most important aspect of getting good grades is, as in the title, organization. however, you might realize difficulty to maintain organized. So, the number one rule about starting a new school year is to STAY organized. Here I will give you tips on how to do so, based on scientifically proven facts, research, and personal experience. I also have tips on how to get back on track after you've become unorganized!

  • First Step of Organization:

    NEVER stop following these rules, or it will be difficult to get back on track. Simple as that!

  • Step 2:

    Get a document case, or a folder with several slots, ONLY if you have a small backpack, or need to walk home from school:

    These folders are used to carry important sheets from several different classes. It's extremely easy to use, and helpful if you don't want to carry around 10 binders when you only need a few sheets from them...TERRIBLE for your spine!

  • Step 3:

    When using a document case, you need to know how to use it so it can be helpful:

    This is by placing back every sheet that you put into it to take home, right back into your binder the next day at school! Never tell yourself that you "don't have time" because it literally takes seconds. If you don't follow this vital rule, you'll just gather hundreds of sheets in your folder, and eventually become completely disorganized with your notes and homework.

  • Step 4:

    Keep a pencil case with you at all times!

    Although it may seem useless to hold a pencil case with you if "all you need is a pencil/pen," it truly is helpful. There's more than just those two writing utensils that you will commonly use in class. For example, a flash drive, highlighter, a few colored pencils, eraser, white-out, sharpener, etc. It's so handy to have these by your side because you don't have to constantly go to the front of the room to get it, or waste time asking a friend. You never know when your teacher will say something extremely important!

  • Step 5:

    Keep your learning environment (school & home) organized.It's easy and it saves so much time.

    Have a separate place to keep pencils, pens, erasers, etc. You should have them handy in a drawer/ bin. You could use cleaned out food cans to separate them.

    When I get to my next class, I put my document folder and my pencil case under my desk. The folder is always on the left, pencil case on the right. It makes it so much easier to grab what I need because I won't have to dig through my bag, I could just reach for it without even looking!


    I had a friend who started dropping in all her classes because she had piles (HUGE PILES) of crumbled paper that she needed to go through, but constantly procrastinated. It only took about an hour to go through about a foot worth of paper, and place them neatly back into there binders. Her grades shot up to straight A's, EASILY! Please do the same:) I have faith!

  • please like and follow! thanks everyone


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