Grades aren't everything, but getting straight A's sure helps if you want to go to qualify for scholarships or get into grad school. And of course, we want to know that we learned as much as we could from the money we paid for school!
#1 Get in a good routine.
#2 Get rid of stuff.
#3 Get Organized.
Good systems for your stuff:
Keep what you need every day easily accessible
Keep what you don't need as often out of your daily space.
Make it easy to follow your own rules.
#4 Get Healthy!
#5 Save money.
What are you doing now to get straight A’s later?
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