Time Management and Study Habits

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Time Management and
Study Habits
C/LTC Steele
C/MAJ Bates
Welcome to College
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Freedom & Responsibility
Parents are not looking over your shoulder
No constraints
Parties
New “friends”
More parties
Many new “friends”
Time Management
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Personal Calendar
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Assignments
Exams
ROTC events
Work Schedule
Don’t bite off more than you can chew
Backwards Planning
Bad Example
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0630-0725 PT: Do I want to get up this early?
0815-0955 Do I have to buy books?
1000-1155 Sleep in the dorm
1200-1355 Class
1400-2300 Beer and my Xbox 360 (You are
underage)
2300-2400 Copy and paste a paper
2400-0625 Sleep
Good Example
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0630-0725 PT
0730-0810 Hygiene & Breakfast
0815-1155 Class
1200-1355 Lunch & studying in the Cadet lounge
1400-1800 Work
1800-2000 Time with friends
2000-2200 Homework
2200-0625 Sleep
Study Habits
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Never had to study before? Let us introduce you
to Problems and Stats.
Location and your surroundings is IMPORTANT.
Assign time into your schedule.
Do not procrastinate.
Come utilize the BRAEC.
Tutors are free. The Writing Center is free. Your
upper classmen will help for free.
Things to Remember
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Cadets are PAID to attend college. Don’t waste
this time and money.
Socializing is great and an important part of
college, but keep your eye on the prize.
If you have to ask yourself “Is this a good idea?”
It isn’t.
GPA is IMPORTANT! It is the easiest portion of
accessions.
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