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CHAPTER 2: Making the Most of Your TimeMultiple Choice Questions1. A good example of a "black hole" that eats up your time isA. an assignment that takes too long.B. time spent at work.C. class time.D. a long, unexpected phone call.
2. In your textbook, a record of how you spend your time, including interruptions, is called
3. A ____________________ shows the entire college term on one page and includes allassignments and important activities.
4. To figure out the bestuse of your time, you need to determine your
5. The time period in which you are most awake and motivated is calledA. accomplishment time.B. prime time.C. achievement time.D. optimum time.
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CHAPTER 2: Making the Most of Your Time6. When you organize your time, you should fill in schedules in the following order:
7. Tasks and activities that you need and want to do, rank-ordered from most to leastimportant, are called
8. Which of the following is an effective way to deal with procrastination?
9. Which of the following is NOT an effective way to balance school and work demands?A. Make a to-do list for work as well as for school.B. With your employer's permission, study during slack time at work.C. Use your lunch hour effectively.D. Impress your employer by accepting as many new job responsibilities as you can.
10. The first step in improving your time management is to
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CHAPTER 2: Making the Most of Your TimeCheck All That Apply Questions11. Which behaviors below allow you to take control of your time and follow your intendedschedule? Click all that apply.

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Galatas Ruth
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AACSB, Reflective thinking
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