Time Management/Activities/Weekly study schedule

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Weekly Timetable

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Objectives

Demonstrate methods to facilitate efficient use of time in dealing with priorities

Create a timetable of your weekly schedule

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  1. Write down your class schedule, including labs, and your work hours if any.
  2. Every day of the week, show when you go to sleep and arise. Get the sleep you need.
  3. Allow an hour for lunch and two hours for dinner. These are times you can use to relax.
  4. List clubs, meetings, activities that you attend on a regular basis - including weekends.
  5. Plan to exercise three or four times a week. This is most important for good studies.
  6. Allow for free-time on Friday or Saturday nights. Show any TV time.
  7. Schedule time for naps if you tire readily. (Thomas Edison used naps most effectively.)
  8. The remaining time could be study time. Use a high lighter to mark blocks of time where you are willing to make a study commitment. Now, count your study hours. If they fit the 2:1 ratio, your Weekly Schedule is probably on track. If it's low, add more study time.
  9. Follow the schedule for a week, and revise it as needed. Make the schedule fit your needs.

Some Comments on Scheduling Study Hours

Some Comments on Taking Study Breaks

Support Materials

What is Procrastination?

Time Management Strategies

reference

Student Academic Services California Polytechnic State University Retrieved June 12, 2007, from [1]

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