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THE TIME MANAGEMENT CHALLENGE. DS 107: College Survival. Rules of the Game.

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THE TIME MANAGEMENT CHALLENGE

DS 107: College Survival


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Rules of the Game

1. there will be 3 teams competing againsteach other. Select one spokespersonto represent your group. 2. Points will be awarded for each rightanswer and deducted for incorrectanswers based on the number of pointsthe question is worth. 3. When a question is answered incorrectlythe other teams will have a chance tosteal it. There will be a coin toss todecide which team will have theopportunity to steal first.


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Rules of the Game

When a team gets stuck they have theopportunity to use two lifelines: “TheBook” and “50/50.” Use these wiselybecause they can be used only once during round 1.

When the “50/50” is used the question cannot be stolen by the other teams.


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ROUND 1

Multiple Choice Questions 5 Points Each


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Which of the following is not a myth about time management?

A. Good students get good grades and have enough leisure time.

B. Time management is really common sense.

C. Some people truly work best under pressure.

D. Time management requires a lot of work.

50/50


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Which of the following is not a myth about time management?

A. Good students get good grades and have enough leisure time.

C. Some people truly work best under pressure.


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2. Students who spent more time studying and doing homework…

A. are more likely to stay in college.

B. graduate with honors.

C. get into graduate school.

D. All of the above.

50/50


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2. Students who spent more time studying and doing homework…

A. are more likely to stay in college.

D. All of the above.


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3. Steven Covey recommends that for each of your tasks, you should determine whether they are…

A. necessary, immediate, enjoyable.

B. vital, important, optional.

C. required, demanding, extensive.

D. relevant, related, required.

50/50


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3. Steven Covey recommends that for each of your tasks, you should determine whether they are…

A. necessary, immediate, enjoyable.

B. vital, important, optional.


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4. Students who work full-time…

A. are less likely to complete college.

B. have low GPAs.

C. are less likely to go to graduate school

D. All of the above.

50/50


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4. Students who work full-time…

A. are less likely to complete college.

D. All of the above.


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5. The time management approach in which you break a big task down into smaller tasks is called:

A. the set time approach.

B. the multi-tasking approach.

C. the Roquefort approach.

D. the swiss cheese approach.

50/50


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5. The time management approach in which you break a big task down into smaller tasks is called:

B. the multi-tasking approach.

D. the swiss cheese approach.


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6. It is better to work on campus because…

A. You are closer to your classes and can work out a more efficient schedule.

B. Campus jobs typically pay more than jobs elsewhere.

C. Your employer better understands reasons why you might need to miss work due to classdemands.

D. You are more involved in campus life and havea greater connection with students and faculty.

50/50


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6. It is better to work on campus because…

C. Your employer better understands reasons why you might need to miss work duet to classdemands.

D. You are more involved in campus life and havea greater connection with students and faculty.


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7. The time management planner that not only helps guide your time management, but encourages you to think about that value of your goals and their role in your life is called:

A. the Franklin-Roosevelt Planner.

B. the Franklin-Covey Planner.

C. the Franklin-Connor Planner.

D. the Santrock-Halonen Planner.

50/50


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7. The time management planner that not only helps guide your time management, but encourages you to think about that value of your goals and their role in your life is called:

B. the Franklin-Covey Planner.

C. the Franklin-Connor Planner.


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8. The concept that 20% of what people do produces about 80% of the results and 80% of what people do yields about 20% of the results is called:

A. the Pareto Principle.

B. the Principle of Disproportionate Effort.

C. the 20-80 principle.

D. the 80-20 principle.

50/50


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8. The concept that 20% of what people do produces about 80% of the results and 80% of what people do yields about 20% of the results is called:

B. the Principle of Disproportionate Effort.

D. the 80-20 principle.


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9. It is best not to work more than…

A. 5-10 hours per week.

B. 10-20 hours per week.

C. 20-30 hours per week.

D. 40 or more hours per week.

50/50


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9. It is best not to work more than…

B. 10-20 hours per week.

C. 20-30 hours per week.


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10. The time management approach in which you pre-determine a particular period of time to work on a task is called…

A. the multi-tasking approach.

B. the set point approach.

C. the set time approach.

D. the swiss cheese approach.

50/50


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10. The time management approach in which you pre-determine a particular period of time to work on a task is called…

B. the set point approach.

C. the set time approach.


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11. Students who spend less time watching TV and partying are more likely to…

A. graduate with honors.

B. feel stressed due to lack of leisure activities and thus drop out of college.

C. Have fewer social contacts and friends and thus drop out of college.

D. There is no difference between students who watch TV and party and those whodon’t.

50/50


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11. Students who spend less time watching TV and partying are more likely to…

A. graduate with honors.

D. There is no difference between students who watch TV and party and those whodon’t.


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ROUND 2

True/False 2 Points Each


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TRUE OR FALSE?

Effective time management reduces stress.

TRUE


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TRUE OR FALSE?

The most successful college students don’t actually have time for play and leisure.

FALSE


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TRUE OR FALSE?

Everyone is most productive from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.

FALSE


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TRUE OR FALSE?

Truly successful people don’t use daily “to-do” lists in their lives.

FALSE


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TRUE OR FALSE?

If you must work, it is more beneficial for you to work on campus.

TRUE


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TRUE OR FALSE?

Managing your time effectively can actually increase your self-esteem.

TRUE


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TRUE OR FALSE?

The idea of there being “morning people” and “night owls” – those who function better at particular times of the day, is a myth.

FALSE


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BONUS ROUND

3 Points Each


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1. Which of the following is not a form of procrastination?

A. Ignoring the task, hoping it will go away.

B. Spending endless amounts of time on the computer, telephone, or hanging out with friends.

C. Being a perfectionist.

D. Underestimating the work involved in thetask or overestimating your abilities andresources.


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TRUE OR FALSE?

Commuting students tend to have family and work commitments that cut into their study time.

TRUE


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2. There are many ways to waste time such as…

A. Surfing the internet.

B. Daydreaming.

C. Socializing.

D. All of the above.


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TRUE OR FALSE?

Paper planners often work best for long-range planning.

FALSE


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