What makes some high school and college students successful, while others are not as successful?
Sometimes it’s a question of intelligence or insight, and sometimes it’s sheer good luck. But a lot of the time it’s the result of good habits: things you do on a regular basis that set you aside from the hordes of other, more scattered, students. In this article, we present the following fifteen habits of top-notch students. You’ll find that these people:
1. Have a schedule.
Good students not only know when the tests and papers fall in the semester, but they have a good sense of what work needs to be done each week as the semester progresses. Nice and balanced: everything in gear and no worries come exam time. They keep the stress level down because they’re very good at time management.