Time Management (TMT)
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. This is one of many time management principles. The ability to properly manage your time is a skill that will last you a lifetime.
Here are some questions to ask yourself:
- Are you well organized?
- Do you anticipate scheduling problems?
- Can you balance academic, social and work schedules?
Success in college depends on your:
- Application of time management principles to academic situations
- Ability to set aside time even for subjects that are more difficult
If you have problems with time management, you may wan to:
- Develop effective scheduling and monitoring techniques
- Learn to avoid procrastination, and include non-academic activities in schedule
- Complete a semester planning grid and weekly time management plan
Students should attend these online workshops:
- Effective Time Management
- Preparing for Academic Success
Time Management Basics
"If you fail to plan, you plan to fail." This quote, author unknown is the hallmark of basic life management principles. If you fail to plan your day, you have no guidance system of what you need to accomplish. Not setting goals or having a direction for your life is like driving to an unknown destination.
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