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Time Management Tip

hey yo, its the same freshman from the ✨best extracurricular tips that helped me so much✨post

A great strategy for time management when you have 10000 assignments is to assign numerical values.

First, write down EVERYTHING you have to do.

Next, on your list, each thing starts with 10 points.

If it is due tomorrow give it +2, today is +3, in 2 days is +1, and further is +0

If it is required add zero, if it is extra credit subtract 2

If your grade in the class is an A or A+ add zero, if you grade is an A- or B (or below) add 3

If it's a project add 3, hw assignment add 1, a quiz adds 2

If it's super hard subtract 1, if its regular do nothing, if it's easy add 1

EXAMPLE

-Easy required math hw due tomorrow. You have a B. =17

-Super hard extra credit physics project due in a week. You have an A. =10

-Regular History Quiz today (required). You have an A-. =18

So, with this,you should study for history first, then work on your math. If you have an extracurricular, attend that and if you have time when you get home, start the physics project.

hope you guys enjoyed! I love making these posts.

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This is a fun way to do it! Thank you!

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6 months ago

Where are your other posts? I'd love to see those too. Thanks

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Search 'best extracurricular tips that helped me so much' in the Admissions Advice forum and I have a series!

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6 months ago

I’ve had prototype concepts of this and it honestly works—if your a procrastinator anyway then it fails. But my one question is why less value for something difficult? I guess the answer could vary but I typically do time-consigning things first with a fresher mind. That’s just my only wonder, but great idea altogether!

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6 months ago

Never thought of it like this thank u

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6 months ago

I am commenting so I can make sure to come back and read later. Thanks

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6 months ago

Hey @angelaf did you know you can click the "Follow" button under the post and then you'll be notified about all further activity on it?

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6 months ago

yes, thanks!

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6 months ago

I usually flag the emails that they send you

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6 months ago

That's a great way to do this! But wouldn't the points change the next day?

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yes, but so would the tasks since you probably did the assignments already, but if some tasks are left then they would change

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6 months ago

Makes sense. Great job thinking it up! :) Have a nice day! :)

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You too!

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