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How to wake up Early - but with your life together

How to wake up for School with your life together . Tired of waking up early for school with your teeth half-brushed, and no lunch packed? Well, hopefully this article will help you change that! But today I’m cutting the B.S. - I’m not going to tell you any extra things that you should do like “You should meditate, stretch, journal, practice gratitude, and workout - all before 5 A.M! 🥰”. Let’s be real, you probably don’t want to do any of these things in the early morning. This is especially true if you’re a high school student with a circadian rhythm that’s shifted later than an adult’s . Plus, if you really wanted to do any of these other tasks, you could just do it after school. So all we’re going over are the different components of setting up a minimalistic morning routine. And if you do want to do the other stuff mentioned before, setting up a minimal morning means you'll have more time to do the things that are important to you. Prepare ahead of time Choose your clothes

How to create Good Study Habits in High school

. We all intrinsically know what the good habits of successful students are. To do well in high school and online school we should finish assignments on time, study, do practice problems - blah blah blah. But how do you actually build these good study habits - and stick to them? I recently read the book Atomic Habits by James Clear and I wanted to give you that information! P.S.I highly recommend that you read the entirety of Atomic Habits , because I’ve only mentioned bits and pieces of the book! 1. Assess your current habits Before you actually start creating new habits, create a list of habits that you ALREADY do. Clear calls this a “habits scorecard”. Ex: Wake up at 8:00 (-) Check phone for 20 minutes (-) Brush teeth and make the bed (+) Make breakfast (=) Online school (=) Go on Tik Tok for an hour (-) Homework (+) Etc. Keep writing all your daily habits until you reach the time when you actually go back to bed at night. The point of this is to get a birds-eye view of all the

PSAT NMSQT Prep Resources to win Scholarships

 PSAT NMSQT Prep Resources The PSAT NMSQT is a standardized test usually taken by juniors in High School. PSAT stands for Preliminary SAT and NMSQT stands for National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. In other words, if you score in the Nation's top 1% of students for this test, you gain the possibility of receiving scholarship money!  Use these Prep resources to help you get ready for the test, and get your best shot at a perfect 1520. Free PSAT Prep Resources Official PSAT NMSQT Practice Test 1    Answer Key Explanations for Answers Official PSAT NMSQT Practice Test 2 Answer Key Explanations for Answers PSAT Sample Questions   Official sample questions straight from College Board.  Khan Academy SAT practice : Probably the BEST resource! Khan Academy has paired up with College Board, so they have thousands of official questions. Also, the PSAT is a lesser version of the real SAT, so if you can master the SAT you'll DEFINITELY be able to master the PSAT. Also, Khan Academy ha