HOW STUDENT SHOULD MANAGE THEIR TIME IN THE UNIVERSITY

A TIME SYSTEM

view of all your high expectation,that you may start your school terms with, if  you do not map out a time system for your self you may never realise your goals which you set aside for your very own self, you need sketch out a realistic plan by establishing a daily routine you need to achieved those goals, it’s well said that he that fails to plan, plans to fail.

  A RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 

There is no need to strive to understand a concept. Dwelling on a particular topic when you have smart friends all around you, study group,internet and tutors….. Stop wasting time and just ask for help. The time you save can be used to learn other topics.

EXERCISE, EAT 

Health experts have said that you will never be fully productive if you are eating junk. The problem becomes worse if you are not exercising or not getting enough sleep.

Soon you will burnout or get sick. You will be dozing in class or going through the motions like a zombie. The excess weight you will gain will make you feel worse. If you want to take care of your grades then take care of yourself first.
CREATING A CALENDER TABLE

Your calendar should capture what you plan to do over the whole term, what you need to achieve every week of the term and what you need to achieve every day.

Assignments, private study sessions, group work, activities carried over from the last semester/month/week/day and many more should be part of your calendar.

GOOGLE CALENDER

Google Calendar is an online free tool that will help you track every single event in your life. Another tool on Goole that you can use is the Tasks tool which comes attached to your Gmail accounts. You can use this to list daily tasks and tick each as you complete it.

PRIORITISE

As you go up the education ladder, subjects become more complex and the workload a little more demanding. If you do not prioritize, you will get swamped with tasks that demand your limited time.

Work on the hard topics when you are still fresh. This habit will give you the wiggle room to work on the less demanding workload later.

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