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Go The Distance: Study Skills – Managing your time

1. Say goodbye to time management trouble

Welcome back to Study Skills – bringing you the skills and knowledge you need for successful study and better learning. This time we take a look at a feature of academic study that can be difficult to get right: managing your time effectively.

Do you wish you could study more effectively? Of course you do – but there are so many things that demand our attention. These can really damage any chance of studying effectively. Dealing with distractions – like phone calls from your friends and family – is just one thing we need to do. Scroll down to watch the video and pick up the tips to become a master at managing your time!

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ask yourself three questions: what your commitments are; what your study goals are; and how you work best.
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Calculate your time commitments outside of study
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Think about when and where you work best
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Try to do your most difficult tasks when your concentration is strongest
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Don't fall victim to procrastination
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study in short bursts.
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Reward yourself for working.
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