SANTA CLARA, CA.--November 15, 2006-- A new nationwide survey commissioned by FileMaker, Inc. reveals that college students are having problems with workload and organizational skills affecting their grades. The survey, conducted by Greenfield Online, found that nearly half of college students (47 percent) feel their high school did not prepare them with the organizational skills required to do well in college. And 54 percent felt they would get better grades if they "got organized and stayed organized."

And for a generation of students raised on computer technology, the survey also surprisingly found that almost half of college students still manage...

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