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Do you find yourself procrastinating regularly? Do you find that unimportant activities take up the majority of you after-school time when you should be studying? It is easier to learn how to manage your time and succeed than you might imagine.
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    1. Time Management For Students

    2. What Is Time Management “ the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities, especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency or productivity.” • Simply, making the most of your time and energy • Manage your time wisely • Combat Procrastination “Never do today what you can putoff ‘till tomorrow!”

    3. Time Management & Myths I do well in studies, so I must be managing my time well!! Time Management? I work better under pressure! No matter what I do, I won’t have enough time It won’t let me communicate with friends and take up my free time!! It takes out the fun in life!

    4. Benefits of Time Management • More productive. • Reduces stress. • Improves self-esteem. • Achieve balancein life. • Avoid meltdowns. • More confidence • Reach goals.

    5. Where to start? • Set Goals Specific not vague Both short and long term Decide a deadline Integrate goals; academics, personal & career From your goals, set priorities 1 2 3

    6. What’s important and what isn’t? • What order do things need to be done in? • Once you know what your priorities are, you need to plan out a schedule for the semester, the week and the day. • Planning may seem hard at first, but the more you do it, the easier and more natural it gets.

    7. 2. Make A Schedule Semester Plan: • Look at the syllabus for the class schedule. • Highlight all exams and project due dates. • Work backwards from exams and papers and map out study/writing time. Weekly Plan: • What do I expect to accomplish? • What will I have to do to reach these goals? • What tasks are more important than others? • How much time will each activity take? • When will I do each activity? • How flexible do I have to be to allow for unexpected things?

    8. 3. Revise and Revisit Plan Are you making progress? • Which tasks were you able to do? What didn’t get done? • Was your energy level appropriate? Your stress level? • What changes need to be made to your weekly schedule? • What are persistent time wasters? • Was procrastination an issue? Be tough with your time!

    9. Immediately note all changes. Exam/Paper due date revisions • Preview the upcoming week making any necessary adjustments. • Revisit Your Values • Knowing what is most valuable to you gives direction to your life. • Your energy should be oriented first toward things that reflect the values that are most important. • Examine your values to help you make time management decisions.

    10. Tips For Students Wake Up Early In The Morning Eat Three Proper Meals a Day Plan Your Day Take Short Breaks During Study Sessions Get Plenty Of Sleep Keep a Calendar For Assignments