Pack1 - TIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES When to study 1 Plan 2 hours of study time for every 1hour you spend in class 2 Study difficult or boring

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TIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES When to study 1. Plan 2 hours of study time for every 1hour you spend in class. 2. Study difficult or boring subjects first. 3. Avoid scheduling marathon studying sessions. 4. Be aware of your best time of the day. 5. Use waiting time. Where to study 6. Use a regular study area. 7. Don't get too comfortable. 8. Use a library. How to handle the rest of the world 9. Pay attention to your attention. 10. Agree with living mates about study time. 11. Avoid noise distractions. 12. Notice how others misuse your time. 13. Get off the phone/computer 14. Learn to say no. 15. Hang a "Do not disturb" sign on the door. Your Study Area and Supplies The Area Supplies
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PRE-REGISTRATION COURSE ANALYSIS College courses fall into three general categories: 1. constant-discipline courses, 2. delayed-action courses, 3. self-involving courses Deciding which category each of your proposed courses f1ts into will help you choose a balanced course load. CONSTANT-DISCIPLINE COURSES REQUIREMENTS: Daily outside study or written assignments COURSES: Mathematics, foreign language. English composition. shorthand, accounting, science SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS : Subject matter is usually taught in sequence. You must learn today's lesson in order to understand tomorrow's lesson. Constant- discipline courses are very demanding. DELAYED-ACTION COURSES REQUIREMENTS: Outside reading and relatively few tests COURSES: Literature courses, many business courses (such as marketing, salesmanship, and business law) and most social science courses (such as history, economics. sociology, and psychology). SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS : Your final grade depends on your performance on only two or three examinations. You do not have the opportunity to benefit from small tests beforehand. . SELF-INVOLVING COURSES REQUIREMENTS: Different standards, varied class schedules, laboratory work, some classes may require portfolios COURSES: Creative art classes (such as art, music, drama, public speaking), science, drafting, electronics, computer studies, nursing, and merchandising. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course LEARNING L 110 taught by Professor Afrancis during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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Pack1 - TIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES When to study 1 Plan 2 hours of study time for every 1hour you spend in class 2 Study difficult or boring

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