College is said to be the best time of your life. It is also one of the most important! There are so many big decisions to be made, and so many life changes going on. It is super important to stay on top of your grades during college, because many of your future employers will look at your college transcripts. It can be a little difficult to get good grades in college because of everything going on, and because of the difficulty of the courses. Here are 3 ways to get good grades in college!

  1. Budget your time: Laying out a schedule for everything you have going on can be a life saver. Once you have down all of your classes and appointments you may have, then you can know when you have time to sit down and knock out some of your homework. Definitely write down EVERYTHING that you have to do that day, so you know just how much time you can allot to each activity. There is no worse feeling than sitting down at the end of the day and realizing that you got nothing you needed to do done!
  2. Stay up to date on assignments: SOOO important! Procrastination is something that plagues a lot of college students, especially when it comes to big projects that you have a lot time to work on. Write down every due date in your planner, and get started right away on every assignment! You cannot afford to cram the night before something is due or the night before an exam in college. It just doesn’t work! If you work on your project or study a little bit each day, it makes life so much easier. All nighters are no fun, or so I have heard from my college friends!
  3. Prioritize: Like I said before, college is said to be the best time of your life. You can easily get caught up in the partying lifestyle and start bad habits very quickly. Give yourself one or two “free” nights a week where you can go out with your friends and hang out so you don’t get burned out on studying and homework. They also give you something to look forward to during the week! You need to make school a priority, even more than you did when you were in high school!

I cannot wait for college, and I bet you can’t either! I know you will be successful in whatever you do.

XOXO, Chels