Staying focused in college can prove difficult if you don't have self control.
"Procrastinating is something that is pretty easy to get sucked into—write down assignments and do the important stuff first. Prioritize!" ~Meghan
"It is so easy to wait to the last minute to do your work because you are caught up in all the excitement that college life brings. However, you will soon learn that waiting does not pay off. By doing your work early you will avoid stress and enjoy school more." ~Kelly"Procrastinating in college just means more work all at once. Many classes have overlapping due dates, so it's best to stay organized and ahead of the game. My academic planner has become my best friend and lifesaver." ~Sara
"What many do not understand right away, is that college assignments are often much more involved than those in high school, requiring more time and effort. The time you allotted to finish a project last-minute in high school will definitely not be enough time in college." ~Brittany
"It is much easier to put things off and wait until the night before. But trust me, this is not the best solution, unless you like to be extremely tired from not getting any sleep." ~Kelsey
"You'll get behind even if you think you aren't procrastinating, so don't get to a point where you think you are procrastinating." ~Craig
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