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    1 : Top 10 Skills for Students 1
    2 : Time Management 2
    3 : Time Management You know the deal: There are just 24 hours in each day. What you do with that time makes all the difference. If you don't already, start using a daily planner. This could be a datebook you keep in your bag, an online version you maintain at home, or both. It's easy to over-schedule or "double-book" if we aren't careful. Manage your time wisely and you'll get the maximum out of each day. 3
    4 : Good Study Habits 4
    5 : Good Study Habits If you've got them, great. If not — well, there's still time to develop them. Good study habits include these basics: Always be prepared for class, and attend classes regularly. No cutting! Complete assignments thoroughly and in a timely manner. Review your notes daily rather than cram for tests the night before. Set aside quiet time each day for study — even if you don't have homework or a test the next day! 5
    6 : Setting Attainable Goals 6
    7 : The Ability to Set Attainable Goals It's important to set goals, as long as they're attainable. Setting goals that are unreasonably high is a set-up — you'll be doomed to frustration and disappointment. 7
    8 : Concentration 8
    9 : Concentration Listen to your teacher and stay focused. Be sure that you understand the lesson. If you don't understand something, ask questions! You've heard it before, but "the only dumb question is the one you don't ask" is absolutely true. If you've been paying attention, it definitely won't be a dumb question. 9
    10 : Good Note- Taking 10
    11 : Good Note- Taking You can't possibly write down everything the teacher says since we talk at a rate of about 225 words per minute. But, you do need to write down the important material. Be sure to validate yourself after a test by going back over your notes to see if your notes contained the answers to questions asked on the test. If not, you need to ask to see a classmate's notes or check with the teacher for help on improving your note-taking. Note-taking should be in a form that's most helpful to you. Re-writing your notes daily is another strategy. 11
    12 : Completion of assignments 12
    13 : Completion of assignments Teachers assign homework for a reason. While it may seem like "busywork" at times, it definitely has a purpose. Put your homework to good use. Remember, you'll only get out of it what you put into it! 13
    14 : Review of Daily notes 14
    15 : Review of Daily notes Don't wait until the night before the test to review your notes. Go over your notes each day while the lecture is still fresh in your mind. Add any missing pieces. Compare your notes with a classmate's notes. This isn't cheating — it may even be mutually beneficial. Review your notes each day to reinforce your learning and build towards your ultimate goal: MASTERY of the subject or skill. 15
    16 : Organization Skills 16
    17 : Organization Skills Keeping yourself organized will save you valuable time and allow you to do everything you need to do. Remember: "A place for everything and everything in its place." Keep all your study materials (calculator, planner, books, notebooks, laptop, etc.) in one convenient location. 17
    18 : Motivation 18
    19 : Motivation You need to be motivated to learn and work hard, whether or not you like a specific subject or teacher. Self-motivation can be extremely important when you aren't particularly excited about a class. If you must, view it as an obstacle you must overcome. Then, set your mind to it and do it — no excuses. Success is up to you! 19
    20 : Commitment 20
    21 : Commitment You've started the course, now you need to complete it. Do the best — and get the most out of it — that you can! Your commitment will pay off in the end. 21

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