Time Management - Time Management Activity I Activity 4A a My Academic Goal i My academic goal in college is to graduate with a GPA of at least 3.0

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Time Management: Activity I. Activity 4A a. My Academic Goal: i. My academic goal in college is to graduate with a GPA of at least 3.0. b. Time Management Questions: i. How much time do I need to study? ii. What days can I study the best? iii. When can I study most efficiently? iv. How will my schedule have to be arranged for the semester? v. How many hours should I take this semester? II. Activity 4B a. My Academic Goal: i. My academic goal in college is to graduate with a GPA of at least 3.0. b. Time Management Answers: i. The amount of time I need to study will depend on the course I am taking as well as the level of knowledge I already have. ii. The best days I can study will be the days I don’t have a lot of errands to run. iii. I can study most efficiently when I have my notes and charts ready and in a quiet environment. iv. My schedule will dependent upon how my current life situation is going, if I am stressed then I should take a light course load. v. The number hours I take should be dependent on how I feel my schedule will be like for the semester. III. Activity 5 a. Personal Maintenance i. 8,2,1,4,10,3,50,0 b. Academics i. 14,10,2,1,2,10 c. Social/Recreation i. 4,3,1,1,1,10,3,10,2,1,0 d. Misc. i. 0,3,3,3,6 IV. Activity 6: Attached. V. Activity 7 a. Personal Maintenance i. 9,14,0,2,6,2,61,0 b. Academics i. 12,8,1,0,2,2,0 c. Social/Recreation i. 4,6,4,0,0,8,4,5,0,0,0
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d. Misc. i. 0,0,0,0 VI. Activity 8 a. Make a list of the five activities on which you are spending the most time. i. Sleeping, going to class, studying, eating, exercise. b. Are these five activities going to help you achieve your goals? If yes, then how does each activity relate to reaching your goals? i. Studying and eating will help me achieve my goals. Studying will help me because I am looking over my notes and learning. Going to class helps me achieve my goal because I am learning in class. c. Which activities had the greatest differences between your predicted use of your time and your actual use of your time? Where are you spending more time than you thought you were spending and where are you spending less time than you thought? i.
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2008 for the course EDP 310 taught by Professor Doherty during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Time Management - Time Management Activity I Activity 4A a My Academic Goal i My academic goal in college is to graduate with a GPA of at least 3.0

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