Ways to Organize School Binders (For Students)

Ways to Organize School Binders (For Students)


home3-940x358If you are student, you will know how easy it is to lose track of your assignments and notes. Organization is huge part of being successful in school.  An organized binder is important because it helps you organize, store, and retrieve your notes quickly. So if you use a binder in school, we have some tips for you to keep it organized!

  1. Using tab dividers.

Using tab dividers is a neater and more convenient way to separate your notes. Clearly label each divider with the class or subject. For example, if math is your first class, the label your first divider math. If you want to avoid folders, you can find dividers with pockets so you can keep notes and other papers in it.

  1. Loose leaf paper for each class.

Remember to have at least 20 to 25 sheets of paper for each section, or graph paper for math class. Refill your binder paper as needed. Also, avoid ripping paper out of the binder.

 

  1. Clean your binder.

Keeping a clean binder is very important. Set aside one day every 2 weeks to clean out your binder. Clear out papers that you might not need. This is to make sure that it is always neat.

There are other ways to keep your binder organized. How do you do it?

Until next time,

Eva D.

The Voki Team

1560505_10152516453053764_8553617582835278394_nBio: Eva is the Community Manager for Voki and is part of the Marketing Team at Oddcast. She enjoys playing the piano and knitting on her free time. (She’s also a Rubik’s cube master!) She loves to hear your feedback and comments for Voki!

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