168 Hours in a WeekActivityDescriptionHours Per WeekPercentageClass TimeEach credit of a 15-week course equals one hour a week74%Job/WorkHours per week3621%StudyingOutside classroom prep, reading, research, writing papers, etc.3118%CommutingTransportation Time64%Extracurricular ActivitiesClubs, church, sports, etc.53%Family ResponsibilitiesCleaning, cooking, shopping, etc.85%Sleeping5231%Eating64%Personal GroomingBathing, hair, make-up, etc.74%Othercat sitting42%Otherwatching TV21%Free TimeFamily time42%Total168100%Part 1. RECORD how much time, during a week, you spend on each of the following activities and fill out the chart below. Record time in hours.Your Hours Per WeekCANNOTbe higher than 168, your percentageCANNOTbe more than 100%!
Class Time example: Four 3-credit courses, 15 week session = 12 hoursTwo 3-credit courses, 8 week session = 12 hoursStudying example: 2-3 hours for each creditOne 3-credit course, 15 week session = 6-9 hoursOne 3-credit course, 8 week session = 12-18 hours
;Part 2.REVIEW the pie chart, which reflects your responses in Part 1. Refer to this chart when cre