Here are some tips about time management:
First of all, get a calendar. I’m sure you probably have a cell phone with a calendar application. You must use it to the full extent. You must know all your due dates, test dates, and dead lines! If you still don’t have a modern cell phone with a calender, then you should probably look into getting just a regular paper calendar. Write everything in your calender, if you somehow miss a class. Make sure you find out if the professor mentioned some important date that you need to know about. Write it all down.
Never procrastinate. In your goal to achieve the perfect GPA, you must do your course work ahead of time! That’s right, soon as you get an assignment or a date for a test. Get on it as soon as possible. Even if some huge paper that is due in weeks or months, start on it as soon as it is assigned. Not only will you have more time to edit it and get a peer review, but you will also know the fact that assignment is completed. You will worry less, and have more free time. Personally, I liked to go out and have fun on the weekends and didn’t like staying home and working on some assignment. I would dedicate free time during the weekdays to work on the assignment. Just an hour or two a day, and depending how big the assignment was, it was usually completed in just a single session, or in a few days!
This probably sounds like common sense to you right? If it’s common sense, then apply it to your life. If you need the motivation and help to stop procrastinating, I suggest you read “14 Days of Total Time Control” by Martin Avis. You can get it here.
I will talk about time management and test preparation in a different post, so stay tuned!
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