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Yes, as a matter of fact you could start by making a schedule so you can plan when you'll do everything. If you make a schedule you'll be able to better manage your time and finish everything!
I haven't been having enough time to finish everything! Do you have any suggestions?
If you're not the type to make a day-to-day schedule then you could always just try and plan out each week as best you can.
I guess that helps, but what if I'm not the kind of person to have an organized day-to-day schedule?
If you're not the most organized person, you can always prioritize the most needed to do thing and do them in descending order.
These are all useful tips that I would use, but now that you mention it, I realize that I'm not the most organized person. What are some ways that I can reduce my overflow of work without much planning?
One main thing that I see in a lot of people is that they are being distracted. If you are having trouble focusing on getting things done you should consider moving away from those distractions as much as possible.
That's probably a good idea; I've been struggling with outside distractions.
If you're having trouble connecting to the internet or using any type of technology you can always get help from a teacher or parent.
I've been having trouble finding the assignments that my teachers are posting online..
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