Procrastination combined with a lack of time management can easily decrease your chances of success in college<br />Time Management<br />
Monitoring Your Time<br />Exercise involves tracking how you spend your time over a period of seven days.<br />Determine how you can free up 4 hours a week.<br />Record all of your daily activities <br />Track activities in fifteen minute intervals, for 24 hours, for 7 consecutive days.<br />Use the Time Monitor Plan or Google Calendar<br />
Time Monitor/Time Plan<br />A Time Monitor/Time Plan is a useful tool to help you<br /> 1. Discover how you currently use your time <br /> 2. Plan how you want to spend your time.<br />Gentaur, Gentaurmolecular1, Schedule, 2009,<br />http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Schedule.jpg#file CC-BY-SA.<br />
Time Monitor<br />Every 2 to 3 hours record your activities.<br />Be precise<br />Resist the temptation to take shortcuts.<br />Self-knowledge of how your time is spent is essential.<br />
After monitoring your time for seven days, group all of your activities together by categories.<br />Add the total amount of time spent in each category and record the totals in the “monitored” column.<br />Grand total of all categories should equal<br /> 168 hours .<br />Organize Data<br />
Evaluate how you have spent your time over the seven days.<br />Decidehow much time you would want to spend on various daily activities.<br />Analyze Data & Time Plan<br />
Determine how you can free up at least four additional hours per week for academic study and preparation.<br />Enjoy the process and be realistic.<br />Time Plan<br />
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