Time Management Tips For College Students

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That might sound odd to you, but by staying ahead of the game and keeping homework done, the stress levels will be lower because you won’t have that unfinished work hanging over your head and in your mind constantly.
  Remember again that your daily schedule should include at least some time for doing what we want to do rather than just a long list of "have-to-dos." Looking forward to something each day is good for our mental health and can help prevent the feeling of burnout.

Some days may feel overwhelming when we look at our schedule. If this is the case, it is helpful to concentrate on one thing at a time and avoid looking at the whole day. We will be amazed how quickly the tasks of the day will be completed.

Inevitably, you will need to make adjustments to your plans and your time management habits. As you encounter time troubles, keep in mind that some are predictable, some are not; some are controllable, some are not. For those that are not controllable, keep your cool and get back on track as soon as possible. For time troubles that you can control, and particularly those that occur predictably, deal with them directly and forcefully so that they don't prevent you from achieving your goals.

Time management requires self-management. It takes time but after a short period of self-management, time-management becomes an everyday habit.

• Pay attention to how your time is spent.
• Do not procrastinate on chores to be done. Do not leave assignments and projects until the last minute.

• Schedule enough time in the day for doing things you enjoy and for eating and sleeping. Getting enough sleep is beneficial to those with an active schedule.
• Learn to delegate things that do not need your attention.

• Use your time wisely. If you take the bus, plan to catch up on your reading while traveling.

Possibly one of the best time management strategies is staying one day ahead. I'm sure this statement is met by some collective groans, but I promise that staying exactly one day ahead of your classes will make your life much easier.

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