Procrastination is a Grade Killer

Sara Coleman '14 and Melliana Mulugeta '15 talk about the workload for upperclassmen as the library starts to close.

Manaal Qadrri '15

Sara Coleman '14 and Melliana Mulugeta '15 talk about the workload for upperclassmen as the library starts to close.

Procrastination: Everyone does it. Teenagers have gotten lazier and more careless over the years. Yes, that’s right! Do a terrible job on your history test, want to know why? Because you waited to study until just the night before the exam. That’s procrastination for you! After asking several students what time they begin their homework, about 80% said they start after sunset. Some take five hours, some take 30 minutes. Wendy Berrios ’15 said, “From my high school experience, procrastination is something you need to learn to overcome.” Most students would totally agree with her; she also explained how she stays up until 4 A.M doing her work! So ask yourself, is it really that important to put school over sleep? High school only happens once. After that there’s no going back. Procrastination will keep you behind schedule. No one wants to have this problem. Make it stop! Here’s a tip: get as much work done in class and take advantage of Warriors’ period. Teachers are always willing to help out! Everyone nees to break this habit. Now. Okay, now. Now. Wait just a minute. Now. Okay, really. Now.