Time is an asset that everyone needs in our daily living.
Every day you wake up, there is a plan or task always at your heart to achieve.
You want to always do one thing or another, you want to go to class, as a student, read your books, hang out with friends, but you come to see your plans unaccomplished for that day, why is this so?
I believe your answer will be as mine, you don’t have the luxury of the time, you just didn’t have enough hours of the day to do all these, because there is just no time. Where has the time gone?
It is a question in the heart of all and sundry, as we grow our duties, tasks and responsibilities increase also, this makes the issue of time a relevant one, that no one should ignore.
Irrespective of who you are a student, or not a student, this post is for you.
This post will help you learn how to manage your time.
Make a list.
Learn to create a list of your plans for each day. Creating a to-do list of when and where of what you are going to do, is an important key to the management of your time.
This will help you to accomplish your plans for each day.
The to-do list should involve the sequence of your plans for each day.
This could be like for instance, between 8 am to 10 I will be in class, between 10 am to 12 pm I will be in the library.
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Start your day early
Always wake up early, so that you can be able to cover all the plans for that day. That calls for going to sleep early so that you can wake early.
Some lazy Students, when they wake up in the morning, they lay on their bed, after they have woken up, like an old computer booting up slowly if you are that type you will be able to manage your time, even when you wake up early.
Control your day
This requires discipline. Controlling your day, maybe difficult as an undisciplined Student. To be able to control your day you need to learn to make a list, always follow your list.
Do not use your time of the study, on chatting on social media or any unnecessary thing.
Learn to avoid procrastination, as well as possible.
Nothing steals your hour than procrastination. If you must manage the hours of your day, learn to develop a sense of urgency.
Avoid the habit of I will do it later, I still have some weeks.
Most students fall prey to procrastination.
The time they would have used for studying, due to indiscipline, inability to control their day, postpone their study for any unnecessary thing that has occupied them.
This category of Students end up increasing their workload, and pages to study, which they may not be able to cover, resulting in their failure in their examination.
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Focus on one thing at a time
Focus on one task at a time. Do not use the time to study Mathematics, for Chemistry or for physics.
Please do not rush things, even if you feel you, you are able to study different books at the same time.
If you do, you will not be able to achieve anything. Be focus.
FOCUS– Face One Course Until Successful.
Take out time to rest
Take out time out your plans to sleep, eat and rest. In time management, taking out time to rest, can not be ruled out.
Taking out time to rest will recharge your body and mind, making you have the strength to carry out with your plans.
Remember when you are sick, you may not be able to accomplish your plans, so avoid that, take time to rest.
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