University Time Management

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University Time Management by Mind Map: University Time Management

1. Goal setting All we need to do is think of a handful of goals to get started.

1.1. Objectives subdivision

1.1.1. Each sub-goal is completion of one year of your program

1.1.1.1. The courses can be broken down into tests, exams, term papers and such within the course

1.1.1.2. Subdivided into days, hours and minutes you'll spend in your classes and doing homework

1.1.1.3. It's challenging

1.1.1.3.1. Connect what actions you take today and the successful completion of your goals.

1.2. obtain a degree

2. System has a process and begins:

3. Setting goals

3.1. Tracking time and developing where you spend your time.

3.2. Elaboration of plans

3.2.1. ,,

3.2.1.1. The fourth phase of the system is the self-control of its action.

3.2.2. The final phase of the cycle is the change and adjustment of the time.

4. The time management cycle

5. Manage time effectively: SUCCEED

6. Improve grades, stress under control and be competitive in the major

7. Planning

7.1. The monthly planner

7.1.1. Can be used as a memory aid with a time limit, tracking the main deadlines and dates of exams, appointments, important anniversaries, birthdays, holidays, vacations, etc.

7.2. The weekly target list

7.2.1. Is a list of pending tasks with additional features to further break down tasks into smaller units and record time estimates for the tasks.

7.3. The weekly planner

7.3.1. Works like a school schedule and does not have to be interrupted.

7.4. How long is enough?

7.4.1. You can work part-time, you should take time for yourself and for recreation every week.

7.5. Taking action

7.5.1. There will be attractive distractions that can divert your attention from your work, but you can lessen the impact of distractions if you remember that the tasks listed in your plan take you to the goals you have chosen for yourself.

7.6. Time change and setting

7.6.1. Inevitably, you will have to make adjustments to your plans and your time management habits.  When you encounter time problems, keep in mind that some are predictable, others are not; Some are controllable, others are not.

7.7. Delay

7.7.1. Procrastination often emerges as a means to distance yourself from stressful activities.  People allocate more time to the easy task judged than the difficult tasks judged.

7.8. Starting

7.8.1. You have to subdivide the tasks into small steps and convince yourself that to start all you need is a full 10 minutes working on a task.  Often, the 10 minutes pass and you will be in the rhythm of things, prepared to continue productively.

7.9. Motivation

7.9.1. Sometimes you just don't feel motivated to do your school work.  Try to work for a short time and see if you can "get into that."

7.10. Lineups

7.10.1. We must be prepared when we are on a waiting line, such as carrying a book etc. to review and take advantage of the time while waiting in a line or bus.

7.11. Displacements

7.11.1. A common example is reading on the bus or in the subway.  Even 5 minutes and a couple of pages solve hours and books.  If you're driving, don't read, that's dangerous. But, study anyway.  Record your teacher's lecture or read yourself.

7.12. Between classes

7.12.1. Do something useful over time.  To make the most of the time between classes, find a place on campus where you can work comfortably and without interruptions.  And remember, not every minute of time you need to go to school work.

8. Time awareness and time tracking - Instead of writing things you plan to do, timekeeping is a process of writing the things you have already done.

8.1. Strategy # 1 At the end of each hour, write down a quick note about how your time really passed during that hour.

8.2. Strategy # 2

8.3. Some people find it helpful to modify the planning page .

8.3.1. Strategy # 3

8.3.2. Summarize your use of time by time category, such as: sleep, study, work, travel, etc.