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Unformatted text preview: I tend to look at what is next and focus on that task only until Siri (My iPhone) warns me that time is almost up and the next task time allotment is about to start. By looking at my entire day in the morning I can mentally keep track of my schedule and know if I start to run behind I need to pick up the pace. This will change Siris role to schedule reminder instead of schedule dictator. My “to do” list also need to be in writing so I can see it, not just on my phone. My second quiz showed I have 29 hours of time each week to devote to studying. That seems like a perfect number for me right now. Last week I finished everything by Saturday night and was able to go ahead on the reading for the next Unit. I know classes will get harder as we go along though so time adjustments may have to be made. Going forward I will take an extra day to review both on my own and with the writing center before turning in any assignments. I also plan to use more of my time in the writing center. There are tons of recorded seminars in there and I want to take full advantage of that while I can....
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- Spring '12