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08/14/2018


As a student, having an organized planner can allow you to stay on top of your academic duties and have more successful learning experiences. For tips on how to keep your planner organized, read the following post.

How to Manage a Planner for School

Get the Right Planner

The first step is to find a planner that can help you stay organized. To that end, it's recommended that you search for one that has the dates, enough space, a good size, and a design that will encourage you to use it.

Carry It With You

For you to be able to write on your planner, you need to have it with you, which is why you should carry it everywhere you go. This way, it will always be within arm's reach when needed.

Write on Your Planner

Of course, you need to actually use your planner. Be sure to write down every project, assignment, event, or other task you need to fulfill. To stay extra organized, you could even create a daily schedule for the things you have to do.

Use Different Organization Tools

If you're not careful, your planner could become a mess. To make sure it will stay organized, you can make use of different tools, such as highlighters, sticky notes, or colored pens, so you can give some order to the information in it.

Review It Daily

For your planner to remind you of what you need to do, you have to open it and review it on a daily basis. Go over it in the morning to learn what you have lined up for the day, and at night to see if you accomplished everything you set out to do.

Update It

As a last tip, update your planner to avoid confusion. Cross off the tasks you've already completed and write in more information about your pending duties as they come up.

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