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Copy of Time Management/Study Skills PAC Presentation
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What do you want to do when you graduate?
What do you need to do to get there?
Why do you want to do that?
Set goals, Manage your time, Succeed! Why is time management important?
It saves time...
Gets you organized
Gets you to your goal Why we procrastinate?
Fear of failure
Waiting to get motivated
Don't like what we are doing Today's Agenda
How to set SMART goals
Common problems to
completing your goals
Tips and tools for staying on track
Evaluating your time management plan What will you be doing step by step? How will you know that you've reached your goal? Is it within your reach? Could this happen in your life? When will you reach your goal? Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Time-Based followed by... Specific Goal: I want to work with people.
Better goal: I want to plan social and educational programs for children and adolescents. Measurable Goal: I want to do well in my classes.
Better goal: I want to earn a 3.0 GPA this year with no grade below a B. Attainable Goal: I want to earn my law degree within one year of graduation.
Better goal: I want to earn my law degree within three years of graduation. Realistic Goal: I want to review every occupation listed in the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
Better goal: I will spend time in the Career Resource Center exploring careers associated with my Marketing major. Time-Based Goal: I will graduate.
Better goal: I will graduate within 2 years by taking 15 hours each semester. Stay clear of Time Stealers Plan Plan for Success Prioritize Resources Use a Calendar Making a Calendar Tips
Use an online or
Fill in your courses
At least 2 hours study time per course daily
Block out breakfast, lunch, & dinner
Fill in extracurricular activities/ work/ meetings/ personal time/ breaks Monthly Schedule Weekly Schedule Semester Schedule Monthly Schedule Weekly Schedule Daily To Do List