The independent one - you're always doing your own thing
The social butterfly - you love being around people
The productive one - you're always getting things done
The always prepared one - you know who you are
The smart one - you can solve problems
Selling things or ideas
Being creative (writing, art, etc.)
Helping people feel better
Studying math or science
Helping people solve problems
Business Procedures - learn to make intelligent business decisions
Database Design & Applications - learn entry-level skills for organizing data and information
Video Production - create an effective video to present an idea to a specific audience
Personal Finance - gain knowledge about financial literacy to apply to financial situations
Business Presentation - learn to deliver an effective business presentation while using multimedia presentation technology
Read and highlight the Princeton Review from front to back.
Have your friends over and study with them.
Make a study guide with stuff that you need to know.
Organize all your notes and just study those.
Take a practice test and focus on the areas you have trouble with.
You start working on it immediately and finish it in a week.
You set aside an hour of each day to work on the project.
You start working on it in 2 weeks after it was assigned. That is why you have your friend come over and help you with it.
You start working on it when you have time, like during lunch or study hall. Yet, you are still able to complete it all early.
You forgot about it and it's a week before it's due. So, you do as much as you can and give your best effort.
Make flashcards to help you study for your upcoming test.
Prep for a mock interview.
Create a spreadsheet.
Design a website with your team.
Create a skit with your friends that shows how the help desk works.