W1 time management

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W1 time management

  1. 1. Causes of Procrastination How important the task is to the individual How much the individual enjoys the task VS How likely the individual is to procrastinate How much time is available to complete the task
  2. 2. The matrix below represents the best outcomes that can be achieved considering these conflicting factors. High (value) Individual values the task Individual enjoys the task Low Person less inclined to procrastinate Time available is short Low (value) Task not important to the person Does not enjoy the task High Person more inclined to procrastinate Plenty of time to complete Less risk of procrastination Higher risk of procrastination
  3. 3. Prioritising tasks is the key to effective time management. You simply prioritise the tasks you need to do in a given time period into three categories. Rank tasks in each column in order of priority within your given time frame. You can use this system on a weekly or daily basis to prioritise your study commitments.
  4. 4. Reference Neville, C. (2006). Time Management. Bradford, UK: University of Bradford.
  5. 5. Further Reading Cottrell, Stella. (2008). The Study Skills Handbook (3rd ed.). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire:Palgrave, pp. 70-80.

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