University of West Alabama
Iris R. Hill, Education Department, Class 504- Techniques of Educational Research, Dr. Reenay Rogers, the University of West Alabama.
This research was not supported by any institutional grants or additional financial support. The author would like to extend a special thanks to Dr. Reenay Rogers, for support and guidance during the preparation for the manuscript.
The research reported does not reflect the views of the Mississippi State University, or the University of West Alabama.
Iris R. Hill, 300 Carver Drive, Livingston, AL 12345. firstname.lastname@example.org
As college freshman search for ways to "fit-in" during their first few months of college life, it is important that they are introduced to time management techniques and strategies to improve their chances for academic success. The effectiveness of time management strategies among college freshmen at Mississippi State University, will be examined during the implementation of a freshman orientation class. A group of students that participate in a freshman orientation class will be introduced to time management strategies, to observe if academic improvement occurred. Another group of students will participate in another freshman orientation class without the time management component, to observe if academic improvement occurs or if grade point averages remain the same. Together, these findings will suggest that time management strategies do help to improve academic performance among college freshman.
Keywords:academic performance, stress variables, grade point average, peers, aptitude, time management
The Effectiveness of Time Management Strategies for Improving Academic Performance Among College Freshman
Numerous occasions college students have not had to regulate their time systematically before attending...