Kicking Off 2023 Well: Home and Organization — Excelling at College with ADHD

The transition to college is huge for most students.

College students have more freedom and less structure. They have more distractions, very different social situations and less support than they had as a high school senior at home.

All of it can be invigorating — and challenging — for students without ADHD. It can be even more challenging for students with ADHD.

But experts say that some basic ideas on managing time and tasks can help. ADHD Online talked with experts to get their tips on how new college students with ADHD can tackle the challenges, better manage time and succeed at college.


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