This is very basic stuff I probably should have been taught when I was in middle school or high school, or whatever. But, having ADD, I'm finding it very difficult to manage my time doing schoolwork right now. I feel like being a logically oriented person and a math major, I should be able to approach this in some sort of logical way. But I always struggle to answer the question "Just what should I be working on right now?" Example: I'm doing well in Bridge to Abstract mathematics (a proofs course). Not as well in Differential equations. Perhaps I have homework in both. I need to pull up my grade in diff EQ so I work on that, which takes away from time on Bridge. So I get to my Bridge class and I'm now behind. I take a quiz or test and do not so great. In this case it's just a case of "ok, balancing things out. Something has to get sacrificed." But there's other situations that are not so clear cut. I have web assign homework for differential equations, which is due at a certain time then expires (usually midnight on some date). Let's say I have a Bridge test the next day, but I have Webassign due that night. Usually I've worked on a few problems but I have those last few that are hanging me up. Now I have a time priority (urgency) vs. another kind of priority (important) and I'm faced with the "important vs. urgent" decision. I'm kind of rambling here, but can anyone relate, and has anyone found a solution? I almost feel like it should be a perfectly reasonable, logical, perhaps mathematical approach to this, or perhaps I think that because I'm a math major. Dave K p.s. Oh crikey, can someone edit my title. I obviously meant "foolproof" not "full-proof" I'm kind of my own grammar hound and it's hurting my eyes.