Time Management for Students.
Many students discover the need to develop or hone their time management skills when they arrive at college. Unlike high school where teachers frequently structured your assignments and classes filled your day, in college, you will have less in-class time, more outside of class work, and a great deal of freedom and flexibility. Whether you were an efficient worker or practicing procrastinator in high school, good time management is a key element to a successful college career.
We all have the ability to put off until tomorrow the things that we know we should be working on today. It’s human nature.Unfortunately, ineffective time management doesn’t help us much. So, you have to start somewhere for a better one, and these 12 tips can help you learn the basics of time management: 1.
Write things down. With so much going on it’s hard to remember every little thing you have to do — unless you write it down of course. Get a student planner or a notebook to take down all your important engagements, assignments and more. 2.
Stay organized. You’ll save yourself loads of time later by staying organized from the get-go. Instead of having to hunt around for notes, assignments and misplaced papers, keeping them all in one place makes studying and doing homework easier and less stressful. 3.
Take charge of your time. At the end of the day, only one person has control over how you spend your time, and that’s you. Take charge of your day, get important things done and learn to say no if you have to. 4.
Avoid taking classes on material you’ve already learned. This may seem like a “careless” sort of thing, but many colleges will require you to take courses that may be over things you already know. 5.
Know what’s important to you. Everyone has a different idea of what they want to take out of college. Some people want to get perfect grades and others are more concerned with making friends and building a healthy social life. 6.
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