Most would say that college was the best time of their life. While it’s important to have fun, college is the starting point for the rest of your life. Naturally, we want to do well in school so that we can succeed in life. Good students know that the key is staying organized. It’s simple to do with IQTELL:
First and foremost, it’s important to know how to get in touch with your professors. Whether it is to submit an assignment or just to ask a question, add all of your professors’ contact information to your Contacts in IQTELL.
Next, add all of your classes to your Classes application. To do so, simply add a new entry to your Classes application. Be sure to link your Professor’s contact information and upload the class syllabus and schedule when filling out the class information.
From your Tasks application, create tasks and reminders for each homework assignment, project, term paper and exam (if you have the schedule for the semester of course). To get a head start on your work, set the start date as early as possible. Therefore, if need be, you’ll also have extra time to deal with any emergencies, such as a computer crash. Also set progress dates for each assignment, such as “Write draft of English paper”, ”Review draft”, and “Revise draft”. Upload relevant documents and link any group members or study buddies. It’s great to be able to see the big picture, and the Calendar is the perfect for just that. So, for each task that you create, also create a calendar event. This way, you’ll be able to open your Calendar to easily see what is planned for the next few hours, days or even weeks.
To make sure that nothing falls through the cracks, it is critical to put as much information about your class as you can into your IQTELL Workspace. By being consistent with homework assignments and using effective time management techniques, studying for exams will be exceptionally easier since you will have a solid foundation and therefore you will tremendously ease your stress level. The rest is up to you! Let us know in the comments how you use IQTELL to succeed in school. Good luck!