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Class of 2019 gives underclassmen senior tips

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Students hide behind their books from the year ahead.

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Since senior year has started for class of 2019, most of them have already got a taste in their mouths about how this year is going to go. Even though it is only first semester, most of them already have a handful of helpful tips for senior year.

To’Nyiah Edney’s (12) biggest tip is about “senioritis.” Edney said, “Do not get senioritis too early because it can mess up your flow with your work. Stay on top of all your work.”

Edney takes a lot of AP and honors classes. She gives a tip about how you should do your classes.

“Do not end high school just with easy classes,” Edney said. “Challenge yourself and try to take classes that you think are hard. Most of the time the classes that you think are hard aren’t even hard; they just have tons of work.”

Many students miss out on extracurricular activities because they think they will interfere with their being able to maintain good grades. Loronza Collier (12) is a full-time student, and he also plays football. He has practice everyday until 6 p.m.

Collier said, “I encourage upcoming seniors to learn time management and to get a planner. I learned how to manage my time between school and football. At one point my grades were slipping, but I got a planner that help me stay on top of my work.” Collier also mentioned that his grades have not slipped since he started using his planner and using his time wisely.

When teachers give homework, students like to wait until the last minute to do it. Cameron Drake (12) has been through his share of procrastination.

“Upcoming seniors, please do not procrastinate because that is the biggest problem,” Drake said. “It’s better when you get your work done early and don’t waste time. When you procrastinate, you tend to rush, and you’re not really understanding the work you’re doing.” Drake has learned from past experiences not to procrastinate especially on something like projects.    

If upcoming seniors take these tips into consideration, senior year can be a breeze.

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