theirs two semesters in a year and i have classes in one semester. so i have 3 classes befor lunch then i have my last one after lunch
i eat lnch at 1:15 so my last class is my best because i have jest eated and i am starving through out my third class
I'm in high school, and for the last 2 years I have only ever used binders if a teacher required it. Instead, I get a folder for each class (different colors for each one) and keep them all in my backpack. If one gets to full, I get a new one and leave the first one in my locker until I need it to study for finals. That way you're not carrying more than necessary. Also, if I have free time in one class, then I can work on homework for another class, because I always have the assignments with me in the folders. If you have separate binders for each class, then you can't do that. Also, it's a lot to carry when you have your binders AND textbooks, especially if you can't go to your locker a lot.
Try to get one with a good amount of pockets, one pocket at least. One pocket can hold pencils, pens, highlighters, markers - pretty much any writing utensils. Then you have the whole inside of the binder to put your notebooks, folders, assignment book or important papers. Extra pockets are always great too!
no you should buy 1 binder and use tabs
life is much harder than this ,,, if u couldn't sort this simple thing out ,, how would u go out to the real world !
maybe a different notebook but idk about different binders...
you should have one binder for your first three classes and then before you go to lunch put away the big binder and get the little binder for your last class so u will only have a total of two binders.
you only have 4 classes? lucky!!
really if your teaches ask for separate binders then get them...if not just have one with dividers and a separate place to keep and write down homework assignments
I would keep a separate binder for each class. Otherwise your papers can end up getting mixed up.
Depends on the teacher. Sometimes each teacher requires a seperate binder for each class. Otherwise I would suggest getting a zipper binder with seperate sections (tabs) for each class.
i think that would be too much because you usually have 6 classes which would be six binders...wait..do you only have 4 classes...still...it would be too much...and also would be too heavy...i usually just keep one binder...with dividers for every section...that works fine for me...and a planner to be organized=)
yeah you should organize binder like weekly... or when you have a free time! yep it helps ur grades goes up cuz sometiimes teacher wants to do binder check.
Well, Don't do the seprate binder thing i tryed that last year, didn't work out so well, i think that you should get a decent sized binder and keep each class work in seperate parts, The Swipes binder are really good organizers, you can get in Fred Meyers. to do better in school focuse and don't get wrapped up in drama!
id say a binder for each thats how i did it in school.
If you have a locker then go ahead and buy a binder for each class.
I SAY WAIT.. because you never know what your teachers are going to want...sometimes they ask for a binder with 5-8 dividers so you can keep homework, assignments, notes etc. separate.If not I say get one BIG BINDER...and then add dividers to divide between classes that way you have one binder with all your stuff in it.
Wait!! and see what they want because teachers always have their own list of school supplies to through your way.
just keep a separate folder (pocket along bottom) for each class and if necessary a separate note book too
If your back can handle the weight of it all, it is best to have a seperate folder or binder for each subject, or class. I don't really understand your schedule: I have six classes a day all year round. Make sure to utilize your locker. Also, you should get dividers for each binder, or you homework will get mixed up in notes, and the like.
Here's what I do
I have a folder with loose leaf paper in it for each class. Also for each class I have a notebook to write any notes that we might have and the paper in my folder I use that for and assingments we may have to turn in. I stay extra organized this way. Hope this helps you.
well i think that it depends what classes you have. I wouldn't say have a separate binder for each class maybe but combine like classes. For example science and math, English and history things like that then if you have a class that you know you are going to get a heavy load on then have a separate binder for that. Good Luck!
i have a binder for every class and i am a freshman. its easier because i was told sometimes they are collected and its easier to have everything organized in its own binder
if you are organized and carefull, use a binder, for all the classes but i suggest you by only one, with all the classes separated, so if you need something from another class one day you have all your notes in one
besides, you can have one at home so you can keep the past notes there
it works for me
You should maybe have one binder and put in sections of diferent lessons
The question is will all your paper, notes and handouts fit in one binder? Maybe 2 extra large ones and put 2 classes in each. Or you could start out with one and as your binder fills up reorganize into 2 or more as needed. One of those pencil cases that fit on the binder rings is a good idea--one for each binder so you don't have to keep taking it out of one and putting it in another. Good luck.
When I was in high school, I bought a 1-2 inch binder and just used dividers. It's the best way to stay organized, IMO. In college, we don't really get many handouts besides the Syllabus, so a 3 subject notebook works great. Do whatever works for you. The main thing is, stay organized... the second you start throwing things in your notebook, it's over. We never had lockers, so having more than one notebook, unless the teacher specified that, wasn't practical.
you should just have 2 binders. one for class stuff and one for homework and reminders. a 1 1/2" should be good or you can have seperate folders in a 2" binder. subject dividers for class too. if your school provides an agenda, put homework (sheets and papers) inside. or clip them into the agenda. the most amount of binders you should have is probably 3. But i reccommed 2. don't buy the big ones ( 2") just maybe 1 1/2" or 1" binders. folders should be able to fit into the binders if the teacher wants it that way. good luck. :)
I have a binder for biology, civics, and geometry, which are some of the core classes. Then, I have a notebook for Spanish, English, and CBA (computerized business applications). So basically what I do is get a 1" binder for the core classes (except English because at my school we don't really need one) and a notebook for the rest, and I'm pretty well organized. I haven't lost anything yet *knock on wood*
You have lunch late lol...I'd die if mine wasn't at 12:05
Yes you should have separate binders or folders for each class. This will keep you organized for each subject. Or you could purchase a 2" binder and use folder dividers, just make sure that they have pockets to ensure that you keep all handouts.
1.eat a very full and heathly breakfest
2. go to sleep at 8:30
3. use a accordian folder and never lose another important piece of paper agian
4.clean out your locker every week
5. late out your close every nite before skool
6. ALWAYS have extra pens
7. dnt wait till the last min to study
8. start watching neds declassified :) oooohhh yeah
(these are tips from neds declassified follow these rules and do better in skool hope this helps :)
at my highschool we have 6 classes, so i do per. 1+2 in 1 binder, then per. 3+4 in 2nd binder, then per 5+6 in 3rd. i go to my locker durring the lunch and passing time. you should get at least two for per 1,2,3, and then 1 for per 4. eat while walking to your next class (chewey bar, granola, pretzels)
if the teacher wants a separate binder, get one
i also use thoes mead 5 star spiral notebooks. good place to take notes instead of loose paper, and they have pockets to hold handouts
Get 1 binder since you only have 4 classes, use dividing (colored) tabs to seperate the subjects. 4 classes isn't so tough so you better like it, I have 6 classes and taking afterschool activities at the same time.
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