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  Time Management for Students

Have you ever found yourself bleary-eyed from pulling an “all-nighter” trying to study for a test or exam? Or did you ever want to kick yourself for putting off a project / assignment, ran out of time & ended up throwing a not very good project / assignment together.

We all have the ability to put off until tomorrow the things we know we should be working on today. IT’S HUMAN NATURE!

Unfortunately, ineffective time management doesn’t help us much, in school or outside of school.

Effective Time Management

If you are a full-time student, you have a full-time job. You may not think of school as a job but consider this. You typically have 20-25 or more hours of class per week. In addition, you are expected to put in about 2 hours of preparation and production outside of class for each hour in class. This means that your work week is at least 45-50 hours long. This is a full-time occupation. If you have a job outside of school, sports and/or family responsibilities, you may feel that there aren’t enough hours in the day.

They include
  • Goal Setting
  • Avoiding Procrastination
  • Prioritisation
  • Self Evaluation – Where currently does all your time go?
  • Understanding how to get the best out of yourself i.e. when are your Energy levels at their highest
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