Learn tips on managing your time for the semester and how to budget time for classes, studying, and leisure activities. Handouts on overcoming procrastination, attitudes toward studying, and study tips are also included.
Below are the handouts and links for the time management workshop:
Calculate how much time you really have:
- Average time needed for courses
- Average time needed for courses (lab courses & “more cemanding” courses)
- How much time do you really have in the week?
How to get things done on time:
Students are also encouraged to consult the following Library and Learning Commons links:
Budgeting your weekly hours
The following video provides tips for how to budget your weekly study time.
Time management for assignments, readings & test preparation
The following video provides tips for budgeting your time so you can finish assignments on time and prepare for exams and quizzes.
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