Thursday, October 29, 2015

Time Management For Students (part 2 of 2)

Learn how to adjust your schedule so you won't end up stressing out just trying to make up for lost time. If you have to, write down your schedule so you can keep track of where you need to be at a certain time.

2.) Time Portioning

Students might initially find doing school assignments and work projects boring and stressful. However, you can opt to divide the larger tasks into small, more manageable, tasks. That way, you won't find yourself eating up several hours of your time just trying to complete one task.

Another benefit for doing this is that you'd be able to allocate these smaller tasks into smaller time schedules that would have a definite start and end. Once you have completed those smaller tasks, you can move on to other tasks. Hence, it eliminates the boring factor as you continually alter your schedule instead of being stuck on one for hours.

3.) Reward For Managing Your Time

When you manage your time as a student, you can get some more free time to spare as rewards so you have more time to go to parties or just have a bit of fun. Remember that all work and no play would make a student very dull.

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