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It's never too late to teach time management
Success in school is defined by more than just how much one studies. Just as important is how kids go about getting their work done and completed on time. A recent study by Intel Canada highlights that, if given the chance, the top two pieces of advice post-secondary students would give their younger selves are to learn how to better manage their time and improve self-discipline.
As students grow, they become more independent managers of their possessions and their time; yet time management and organizing skills are only lightly touched upon rather than a core part of the curriculum. Here are eight tips kids can use to better their chances of success in school, and later on in life.
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