How can I balance out Freshman Year?

How can I balance out Freshman Year? Topic: Study groups for homework
June 16, 2019 / By Nedabiah
Question: Here's my situation: I'm hyped up for High School, hope to get good grades, want to join clubs, etc. However I still have my great love for gaming. I turn in homework on time and study for tests, however sometimes due to my time gaming I may lose a few points off because I didn't study efficiently or something else. Is there a way I may be able to play video games and excel through 9th Grade? In other words, How can I play video games and do well in Freshman Year?
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Kevin Kevin | 2 days ago
If anything, I would highly recommend one thing to all college students: "Get a note calendar template pad". Without it, your first year as a freshmen is going to be hectic; there are vocations, hanging out time with friends, study group, club fairs, etc. any events you want to keep track of. And, for the most part, it'll keep you organized so you don't miss any deadlines; you just need to flip through your calender. ~David
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Kevin Originally Answered: Cox communications trying to charge me for an 11 year old balance?
Send a letter to Cox asking for a detailed accounting of ALL transactions on your account back to that 2000 bill. Indicate that your records don't show any unpaid balance from 2000, Politely point out that this supposed deficit never appeared on any of the bills you received over the last 11 years. It is likely they've done some kind of update or account clean up. This is probably some amount that was suppose to be credited off for some reason and they never actually processed the paperwork. This seems to be rather common with cell phone and cable companies. In any case, get everything in writing and make them show you exactly how you owe that money. I'll guess they won't be able to provide 11 year old records any more than you can. But I sure would let them think that I actually HAD records showing I paid. NOTE: The reporting period is 7 years from the date of first deficiency. So this would be too old to be reported to the credit bureaus. However, that is not the same thing as the Statute of Limitations (SOL), the timeframe to bring lawsuit. That varies from state to state. Typically the SOL starts from the date of last activity or last payment. This account would still be within the SOL.
Kevin Originally Answered: Cox communications trying to charge me for an 11 year old balance?
The statute of limitations is 7 years. Cox can't collect a debt that is 11 years old. The credit bureaus must remove any debts that are over 7 years old. Dispute Cox's claim with each of the 3 credit bureaus. The bureaus have 30 days to contact Cox to request proof that you owe the money. If Cox can't prove that you owe the money OR if Cox's claim is over 7 years old, the credit bureau will remove the entry from your credit report. Be sure to use the correct address as shown on the dispute section of the credit report. There are frequently 3 or 4 addresses for each of the credit bureaus. Each address is for a different issue. Send your letters certified mail, return receipt requested. Remember that there are 3 credit bureaus. Therefore you have to send dispute letters to each of the 3 bureaus.

Hudde Hudde
get your priorities straight, thats what i did, i flunked 9th grade but flew through 10-12th because i got it through my head that gaming CAN wait, gaming is actually not meant for minors, once you have a job and your life is set, thats when gaming is not a killer ~ finish your homework, study efficiently THEN you can game~ not to sound like your parents or anything lol if you cant get it right, make your parents take your system or turn off the internet or somethin till you show them your HW and they quiz you
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Enoch Enoch
Best formula is to try and limit yourself to only playing after you've done all your homework and reviewed stuff for 1 hour, don't play later than 10pm either, the later you play the longer it'll take for you to fall asleep. Also, on the weekends try to review and study a bit also.
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Enoch Originally Answered: Freshman year? makeup? help?
Wow! You sound like my twin, except a year younger. First of all, don't worry. My freshman year was amazing and I can't believe it's almost. I play the volleyball and softball, and all of my teammates were really close, even the upperclassmen. We talk every day, even though our seasons are over, and my softball team is throwing a huge goodbye party for our seniors. What I'm trying to say is that its so easy to find the "right crowd" by doing what you love. I went out for the sports I love and found people I love. For makeup, relax. You have all summer to practice. What I wore daily was: tinted moisturizer, concealer, black pencil eyeliner on outer rims of eyes (lash line on top and water line on bottom), mascara and tinted lip balm (I love Soft Lips and Burts Bees). When I dressed up, I added a shimmer but neutral eye shadow across my lid and a highlighter under my brow. I also used a black liquid liner across my upper lash line and nothing on my bottom. But once again, just experiment over the summer and see what you like. For organization, use an agenda book. It will save your life. Don't only write down homework, but when major tests are, when you have games, and what you need to take home every day. Also, if you have a study hall, use it! With sports after school, you need all the time you can get to do homework. Remember, if you fall behind in your classes you will be kicked of the team. Finally, keep your locker clean. You don't have a lot of time to stop there during the day, so make sure its easy to find everything you need. Try Command Hooks, they're great for hanging things up, or you can use shelves to keep your stuff on. Finally, keep a girl emergency pack in your backpack/locker. It will save your life, trust me. Just take a little makeup pouch and put in it anything you might need. In mine, I have: tampons/pads, contact solution, baby wipes, tissues, perfume, floss, Tide stick, nail clipper, mascara, concealer, eyeliner, snacks, gum/mint and a little money. Add whatever you think you might need and believe me, you will use it.

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