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12 Time-Management skills that improve student learning

12 Time-Management skills that improve student learning

1. Goal-setting: Differentiate between long-term and short term goals

2. Prioritisation

3. Organisation- one you've prioritized it's then important to have a plan to get the things done.

4. Managing stress- get enough sleep and look out for ways to manage your stress.

5. Start with an agenda

6. Create a master schedule – from this agenda, block off chunks of time for study or assignment work

7. Start assignments early

8. Make project plans 

9. Avoid multi-tasking

10. Reduce/ eliminate distractions

11. Set time limits and track your time via apps

12 Avoid perfectionism 

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