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Step 4 - Block out school time - Finally block out time for taking classes, studying, and for Flexible Time. Flexible time is  a block (or blocks) of time that can be used for either school, family, or personal-- whichever needs it the most. For example, Saturday morning from 8 am - 12 noon can  be flexible time. You would normally use it for family but could use it for doing a term  paper or studying for final exams if needed. Simply put, "flexible time" allows you to be  flexible and meet your personal, family and educational needs. Plan your study time for  the hours when you are fresh. My experience is that the earlier in the day you study, the  better. After you have been awake for 15 hours your mind's ability to concentrate on and  comprehend difficult math concepts diminishes rapidly. Do not expect to get difficult  homework problems solved rapidly late at night. Step 5 - Determine how many units of classes you can take.
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course US 1100 taught by Professor Carter during the Fall '07 term at Texas State.

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