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Time
Management
You can gain extra time by
1. Doing the same task in less time than
usual.
2. Using time that you previously wasted.
In your notes list two example of each.
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Find another student who has different examples than those you wrote.
You have 5 minutes to find 4 examples of
each!
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Time Management
Which of these did you list?
1. Carry pocket work (book, article,
flash cards) for those times when you
find a few minutes to study.
2. Plan a good schedule and keep a
date book.
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Time Management
3. Use a Daily “To Do” List.
4. Avoid “time wasters.”
What others do you have?
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Send me an email from the email address
that you are going to use for this class.
Locate the Academic Calendar and give
me 4 important dates for this semester.
Find the Financial Aid application
deadline.
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for next year.
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