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  • TIME MANAGEMENT TIME MANAGEMENT tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick.
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  • How to fit it all in
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  • According to Websters dictionary: EFFICIENT adj. performing or functioning effectively with the least waste of time and effort.
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  • WIIFM Whats In It For Me
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  • Student version- WIIFM: EFFICIENT = getting stuff done quickly so you can go do other stuff
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  • EFFICIENCY = INTELLIGENT LAZINESS
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  • EFFECTIVE adj. producing the intended or expected result.
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  • Student version: EFFECTIVE = getting the grades that match the time and effort you put in
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  • So, h ow many hours do you have each week???
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  • 24/7 24 hours x 7 days
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  • 168
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  • 168 hours in a week
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  • CUA classes meet for the equivalent of 150 minutes each week: Mon, Wed, and Fri for 50 minutes or Tue and Thu for 75 minutes 2 hours a week
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  • If you are taking a full load of 5 courses = only 12.5 hours IN class per week
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  • 5 classes = 15 CREDIT hours multiplied by 2 = 30 hours of study
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  • Sleep an average of 8 hours a day = 56 hours in a week
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  • Eating takes up about 2 hours a day = 14 hours
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  • 12 hrs.class 30 hrs.study 56 hrs.sleep +14 hrs.eat 102 hours total
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  • Other time-eaters: a job commuting athletics clubs chores a shower call Mom
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  • 168 -102 66 hours left
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  • 66 empty hours spread throughout a 7-day week = 9 free hrs. every day
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  • Everyday!! Youre fed! Youve slept! Youve been to all your classes and finished your studying!
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  • www.ucc.vt.edu/stdysk/tminteractive.html
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  • BEFORE DURING AFTER
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  • BEFORE: Planning
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  • Draw up a weekly class schedule
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  • Study history 7:00-8:00 8:00-9:00 Study religion 6:00-7:00 Dinner
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  • Put in the fixed items first: classes and labs job meetings regular appointments athletic practice commuting, etc. then plot out your study hours.
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  • Time-pressed students need to pack well to fit it all in eat sleep study play wash exercise chill
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  • They need to be organized studio History of arch eat physics sleep English functions
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  • They need to multi-task
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  • 4:00-5:00 Microeconomics 10-minute break Socializing Read relevant assignments while writing homework Dinner Bring other work for variety
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  • Know your daily time patterns :
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  • When are you most alert? How fast can you read generally? How long does it take you to write a 10-page paper?
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  • How much sleep do you need? When do you want to eat? How much exercise do you need ?
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  • Estimate how to study
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  • The rule of thumb for study outside of class is double the number of credit hours.
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  • Examine the syllabus for each course:
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  • Map out the whole semester's 16 weeks on a multi-month calendar:
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  • 4 types of schedules 1.Weekly master schedule, with study hours mapped out 2.Semester schedule showing all 16 weeks 3.Daily To-Do list 4.Specific week of assignments and time planning
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  • when each course's papers will be due, when quizzes, midterms and exams are, what time conflicts appear (parents' weekend, a road trip, a course's field trip, etc.)
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  • Executing DURING: Executing
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  • efficiency: Evaluate your efficiency: Are you getting stuff done quickly so you can go do other stuff?
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  • Have you spread the study hours out well? Are you studying during your peak hours? Are you getting enough sleep ? Are you getting enough play and downtime?
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  • Are there blocks of time you could be using better ? How long should your study breaks be? Can you identify your time- wasters and procrastination patterns?
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  • Internet Multitasking screen sucking wasting time online long after youve finished what you signed on to do. frazzing frantic, inEFFECTIVE, multitasking under the delusion that youre getting a lot doen. pizzled how you feel when some one youre with pulls out a cell or blackberry with no apology or explanation doomdart the internal distraction of a forgotten task that pops into your mind. - Edward Hallowell Strategies for a Coping in a World Gone ADD
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  • Evaluate your effectiveness: Are you getting the grades that match the time and effort you put in?
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  • Re-adjust if you're falling behind in a subject or have overestimated how much time another course would need. Is there a better time to study for a particular course? Have you found and used your "prime time"
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  • Examine each syllabus
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  • How much reading is there each week and how long should those assignments take you to read? What length papers are assigned and how long should those take you to research and write?
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  • Philosophy midterm
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  • Some weeks especially around midterm October 10 and exam week December 9-13 will need more study time so anticipate and be ready.
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  • Revising and Applying AFTER: Revising and Applying
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  • Collect your findings and apply to remaining semesters
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  • Choose your next courses according to the time profile you've developed for yourself: Do you do better with morning classes? Should you spread out your classes more?

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