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TM final paper - Matt Phares Time Management Final Paper 1...

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Matt Phares 4/20/10 Time Management Final Paper 1. How much time your week do you see as necessary to spend studying? How much time did you actually devote per week studying? Is there a difference? If so, why? What can you do to increase actual study time if your data indicated that you are not spending enough time studying? I think that 1-3 hours a day is enough time studying. I think this amount of studying should be done five to six days a week. There will be times when the study time should be increased. I actually spent an hour a day studying both weeks. A few days I spent anywhere from five to nine plus hours studying and some days I did not study at all. Most days I spent about an hour doing homework and studying. Yes, there is a difference. Some weeks my homework and reading assignments may be shorter or longer depending on the material. Other weeks when I study less I am usually busy working or doing something with my girlfriend such as fishing or working on the cars. I think I should probably study more or seek help from a tutor because I am passing my easy classes but my harder classes I am not doing well in. 2. At what time of day do you find that you study best? At what time of day do you find yourself being most receptive to learning? Did you data indicate that you are studying at these times? What changes could you make in your schedule to accommodate the times when you are most receptive to studying and learning.
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