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Statement of the problem

  • Course: Research101
  • Professor: Mr. Smith
  • School: Maryhill College
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Statement of the Problem
The study aims to determine the essence of time management among the students of Maryhill College during the school year 2013-2014. It sought to answer the following questions: What are the problems being encountered when time is not managed properly? What are the advantages of having a well managed time?

3. What are the steps in havingStatement of the Problem
The study aims to determine the essence of time management among the students of Maryhill College during the school year 2013-2014. It sought to answer the following questions: What are the problems being encountered when time is not managed properly? What are the advantages of having a well managed time?

3. What are the steps in having a well managed time?
Is there a significant difference between not having a well managed time and having one? What are the implications of time management in terms of academic learning? Statement of the Problem
The study aims to determine the essence of time management among the students of Maryhill College during the school year 2013-2014. It sought to answer the following questions: What are the problems being encountered when time is not managed properly? What are the advantages of having a well managed time?

3. What are the steps in having a well managed time?
Is there a significant difference between not having a well managed time and having one? What are the implications of time management in terms of academic learning? Statement of the Problem
The study aims to determine the essence of time management among the students of Maryhill College during the school year 2013-2014. It sought to answer the following questions: What are the problems being encountered when time is not managed properly? What are the advantages of having a well managed time?

3. What are the steps in having a well managed time?
Is there a significant difference between not having a well managed time and having one? What are the implications of...