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Time Management

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Jamie Sebastian

on 29 September 2015

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Transcript of Time Management

Why is Time Management Important?
1) Time is limited
2) Accomplish more with less effort
3) Make better decisions
4) Be more successful
5) Reduce stress
6) Produce higher quality work

Creating a Daily To- Do List
- Make a new list each day
- Prioritize tasks on your to-do list
- Cross off tasks as you complete them
= specific
= measureable
= attainable
= realistic
= timely

Getting the Right Things Done. (n.d.). Retrieved from My Time Management: http://www.mytimemanagement.com/time-management-students.html

How to Make a Schedule. (n.d.). Retrieved from Oberlin College and Conservatory: https://new.oberlin.edu/office/student-academic-services/make-schedule.dot

Smart Tips. (n.d.). Retrieved from The University of Chicago: http://counseling.uchicago.edu/page/smart-tips

Why Time Management is Important. (n.d.). Retrieved from Appointment Plus: https://www.appointment-plus.com/articles/why_time_management_is_important.php

Creating a Weekly Schedule
- fill in everything that happens regularly each week such as classes, work, meetings, sleep, studying, gym, etc...
- print out a copy of your schedule each week with the reoccuring events already included
- add in any events specific to that week such as appointments, plans with friends, etc...
Time Management
Sample To Do List
= take a break
= invigorate yourself
= plan your study space
= set your priorities

- Assign a priority of A, B or C to each task
- Make tasks as specific as possible
Northeastern University
College of Professional Studies
Jamie Sebastian, Academic Advisor

Weekly Schedule Tips
- use time before or after class to review course material
- schedule time for exercise and meals
- plan ahead for long-term assignments
- maintain flexibility and balance
- schedule free time

7:00 - 8:30 home Get up. Breakfast. Leave for campus by 8 AM.
8:30 - 9:00 Library - 3rd floor Review history lecture notes
9:30 - 11:00 campus History class
11:15 - 1:15 campus Biology lab (take insect collection)
1:15 - 2:30 home Lunch and rest
2:30 - 3:30 Library Check out library books for term paper (Get 6 references)
3:30 - 5:30 home
Peet's Coffee & Tea Pick up cleaning. Meet Tom for coffee.
5:30 - 6:30 home Dinner and cleanup
6:30 - 8:30 Library - 3rd floor History - read chapters 5 & 6
Survey chapters, read summaries (one hour)
Underline by section, review underlining. (one hour)
8:30 - 10:30 Library - 3rd floor Spanish - study chapter 4
Study grammar (half hour)
Make flash cards (half hour)
Write out exercises (one hour)
10:30 Head for home
Jamie Sebastian
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