When she was in high school, Julienne Lam considered herself to be an organized student, planning out her courses, assignments, and deadlines with relative ease.
[caption id="attachment_58552" align="alignleft" width="150"] Students can compare the time they take on an assignment to that of their peers.[/caption]
But when she started attending Stanford University, she found herself struggling to keep her head above the deluge of college coursework.
“As a freshman it was really difficult to adjust to all this planning,” she said. “I was not ready for this new environment.”
Figuring other students may be feeling the...