7 Ultimate Essentials πŸ‘ŒπŸΌfor Girls Who Want to Be Successful πŸ‘πŸΌ in College ...

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So, you are off to college!

Maybe this is your first year, or maybe you are headed back after a rough start.

Either way, you are looking for a fresh start and are hoping for a successful year of college.

No worries!

I’ve got you covered with this list of essentials for successful college students.

1. Planner

Yes, that is right!

The number one most important thing every successful college kid has is a planner.

Find one that is set up in a way you will utilize it best.

You need room to mark down important assignments, study dates, and other plans.2

Of course, having a planner isn’t enough;

you need to use it like your life depends on it.

2. Laptop or Tablet

Personally, I find a laptop to be more practical, but I know many people prefer tablets.2

Whatever the case may be, you need something to access the internet to do research, complete assignments, and keep up with what’s going on in the world.

3. Comfy Bed

Every good college student needs a comfortable place to sleep.

Getting good sleep is imperative to do well in school.

It’s hard to study and retain information with a tired brain, and I am sure your college professor will not appreciate you falling asleep during lectures.

If you are living in the dorms, you might want to get a foam mattress pad to add some life back into that awful bed.

4. Like-minded Friends

If you are serious about focusing on making good grades and having a successful school year, it is important to surround yourself with people who share your same goals and will support you.

Nothing is worse than a friend who is always inviting you to go out when they know you are planning to study.

5. Study Group

Not only is it important to have the right friends, but you might also want to put together a study group.

Talk to a few people in your class and see if they would like to meet once or twice a week to discuss the lecture, share notes, and study for upcoming exams.

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