Things to know before entering sophomore year Part I (time management)

Adriana Sanchez

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If you’re a freshman and you’re wondering what sophomore year is like, I’m going to tell you a little bit about my experiences and what you should do and shouldn’t do sophomore year.

In this entry, I will be talking about time management. Time management is very crucial your sophomore year. It can be difficult at times, but you have to get in the habit of making it work. I admit, I did fall behind because of this, but it does take time to get a hang of it. If you don’t take caution, you will fall behind.

What you can do to prevent this is to manage your time wisely. Make sure you know when a deadline is on assignments. Also, if you have extra time in class, you can do some homework so that you can have free time at home. Other ways to help with time management is to plan ahead, write down your goals for the next following week, and block out distractions so you can do your work.

I wish I knew these tips when I first started sophomore year so I can be prepared. Don’t make the mistake of slacking the whole year and rushing to get grades up like I did.