Hello Socratica Friends! We’re here to help you be a Great Student! It’s that time of year again - BACK TO SCHOOL. Are you ready? We have 10 Tips that should make this school year go a lot smoother.
You can find more great videos in the “Back to School” playlist curated by WeCreateEdu. This is a fantastic group of online educators, each with their own YouTube channel. Find the playlist here:
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Here you can jump to each of our 10 tips:
0:16 Get Organized
0:50 Buy Office Supplies
1:28 Use a Planner
1:58 Pick your Classes Carefully
2:36 Read your Syllabus
3:03 Don’t Procrastinate
3:31 Do your Hard Work FIRST
4:21 Talk to your Instructors
4:59 Get Enough Sleep
5:38 Stay Positive
We’d love to hear your best tips for success in this school year. Help each other out! Write your best strategy for back to school in the comment section below.
Thanks to Twinkling Lena for making her video about using a planner available for reuse under the Creative Commons license. The full video is here: https://youtu.be/kRpK6hdOFdE
Visit her channel to learn more about life as a med student in Korea! https://www.youtube.com/channel/twinklinglena
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