5 Things Students can Prepare for Your New Semester

It’s a season to enter a new semester! Are you ready to end your vacations and focus on school? Set a new goal and prepare for your new semester, and strive to achieve it.

Before the term start, prepare the following things for yourself to have a happy new semester.

1. Clean the files on your laptop

Are the assignments and study materials from last semester still stored on your laptop? At the beginning of the new semester, organize the old files into different documents. You can group by semester or subject, and remove the rubbish files that waste your laptop storage. Organizing the files on the laptop is also one of the ways to adjust the state of mind to start a new semester.

2. Learn about the courses

Get to know your subjects for the new semester before you start, and find out when each lecture time is. Plan the time slot you want, and register immediately when your faculty opens for subject registration. This is a war for every student during the new semester. Good luck to you!

3. Find the relevant books or study materials

After knowing your courses, you can look for relevant books in advance, either physical versions or digital versions. You can ask the lecturer for advice or seek seniors to get second-hand books at a cheaper price.

4. Schedule your timetable

Set a new goal for the new semester, and strive to achieve it! You can create a new schedule for yourself, and follow your schedule to complete the daily tasks. The schedule can’t just be about your academics, it must also include your entertainment and rest time. A schedule will also make it easy for you to assess and manage your daily routine.

5. Clean your hostel

In addition to cleaning the dusting at your hostel, you should also rearrange your household items, such as furniture, printer, clothing, books, memorabilia, etc. Store unnecessary stuff from last semester in self-storage, so that you are able to have more space in your dorm and live more comfortably. A comfortable space will help in your study, or at least relieve the pressure of space.

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