One of the best parts of college life is, unlike high school, you’ll not have a full day of classes, and your free time is yours to schedule as you see fit. This is certainly a bonus and allows you to do work and study at times convenient for you, but it can also present academic difficulties.Students who come from high school backgrounds with strict structures aren’t used to managing their own time. These students may have relied upon authority figures at school and parents at home to create an environment where they completed their work in a timely matter. This is especially true for students who did not have a part-time job and who only had to focus on schoolwork. For these students, an excess of freedom in their schedule can spell disaster for their studies.