10 habits of successful students

May 14, 2019

10 habits of successful students ItIt can be difficult to juggle classes, study time as well as extracurricular activities. That's why it's important to block out a few times a week to find a quiet place to study the material presented. Put those times on your calendar - it's an appointment with yourself.

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