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Bio – 7 pgs Span – complete ch5 Psych – 6 pgs Engl – finish draft Cleaners Pay Bills Laundry Pick up gift for niece Bio – 7 pgs Span – complete ch5 Psych – 6 pgs Engl – finish draft Cleaners Pay Bills Laundry Pick up gift for niece Sun Month_____________________ Month______________________ Fri Thur Wed Tues Mon Sat saturday saturday saturday Fri Fri Thur Wed Mon Fri Thur Wed Mon Wed Mon saturday Fri Thur Semester Schedule WHERE ARE YOU NOW? Take a few minutes to answer yes or no to the following questions. 1. Yes _____ No _____ Have you estimated how many hours you need to study this semester? 2. No _____ Do you tend to complete your assignments on time? 3. No _____ Have you estimated how long it takes you to read one chapter in your textbook? 4. No _____ Do you begin working on long-term assignments early in the semester? 5. No _____ Do you make lists of things to do in your head rather than on paper? 6. No _____ Do you find that you go out even when you know you should be studying? 7. No _____ Do you schedule time to study for exams? 8. No _____ Are you working at a job more than twenty hours a week? 9. No _____ Do you know exactly what you are going to work on when you sit down to study? 10. No _____ Do you do the assignments from your favorite class first? Give yourself one point for each “yes” answer to questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 and 9. SCORE = ____ Give yourself one point for each “no” answer to questions 5, 6, 8 and 10. A low score indicates that you need some help in time management. A high score indicates that you are already using good time management techniques. (From College Study Skills Becoming a Strategic Learner . Dianna Van Blerkom, 1994) Learning Lab – Master Student Workshop 1
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The G*O*L*D PRINCIPLE “You can ask me for anything you like, except time.” Napoleon Bonaparte There is never enough time. Once a second is gone, it can never be recaptured. While we can accumulate other things—money, clothes, cars, power—we cannot accumulate more time. No matter what we do, no matter how hard we work, and no matter how conscientious we are, each of us has only a finite amount of time to use and enjoy. So managing your time—making the most of this rare and wonderful gift—is essential to living your life the way you want to live it. G*O*L*D What is the G*O*L*D Principle?
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