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Time Management for Students

TIME MANAGEMENT FRESHMAN YEAR and BEYOND As a college student, you will be responsible for your own time management, which can be an overwhelming and daunting task. What's The Difference? HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE Is mandatory and usually free. Is voluntary and expensive. Your time is structured by others. YOU manage your own time. Your classes are arranged for you. YOU arrange your own schedule. You study outside class 0 to 2 hours a week. YOU study 2 to 3 hours outside of class for each hour in class. Managing your time is a lot like managing your money. Once you spend it, it's gone, So you have to make it all count. With 24 hours a day multiplied by seven days a week, your total time available is 168 HOURS 4HOURS PHYSICAL COMMUTE EATING 14HOURS 5HOURS CLASS 15НOURS 12HOURS the AVERAGE STUDENT USES 10HOURS 128 HOURS PRODUCTIVELY ЗНOURS 7HOURS SLEEPING 56HOURS 2HOURS STUDYING 40HOURS UNUSED TIME - COULD BE BETTER S How well do you use your 168 HOURS? 121-145 HOURS USED 100-120 HOURS USED Average time manager 146-168 HOURS USED Poor time manager Superb time manager 5 Time Management Tips 27 Get a dayplanner and USE it. Build a daily action plan. Prioritize your to do list. Proper balance. Educational/Social Don't procrastinate. sources * TIMEMGMT • JOBS INIZITVIDOS FAMILY HYGIENE

Time Management for Students

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Ever wonder how college students spend their time each week? Between studying, socializing, eating, sleeping, relaxing, being in-class and participating in extracurricular activities, the hours just f...


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