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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. A external B internal C natural D artificial 3. What will probably happen if you try to use your memory as your only planner? A You will concentrate primarily on your social activities.
B You will concentrate primarily on your academic responsibilities.
C You will become more focused and better organized. D You will probably forget important events and deadlines. A n is a calendar that shows all the important dates that are specific to your campus. A day planner B monthly planner C academic calendar D electronic calendar 5.
Which of these are commonly found on an academic calendar? Page 2 6. Jenna is using her cell phone's electronic calendar to map out her various deadlines, school and work schedules, and social commitments. What should Jenna do as she enters her information? A Include no more than one commitment per day. B List her work hours first because that should be her highest priority.
C Include tasks related to her daily routine, such as meals and showering. D Use a different color for each category school, work, social obligation, etc. Page 3 7.
What should you do if you look ahead on your calendar and see that you have a research paper due the same week as a test?
A Plan to focus on the research paper because research papers are more important than tests. B Plan to focus on the test because tests are more important than research papers.
C Find time to finish some other assignments early to free up extra study time. D Ask one of the instructors to change the date of the test or paper to give you more time. A good time manager allows for emergencies by. A finishing assignments before actual due dates B creating monthly planners instead of weekly planners C refraining from rearranging the schedule under any circumstances D working off-campus only on the weekends 9.
How often should you check your calendar? An example of using your study time wisely is. A using your waiting time to review B multitasking C waiting until the end of the day to review D setting unfeasible study goals When should you check your phone or computer for messages?
Doing more than one thing at a time is referred to as. A procrastinating B commuting C matriculating D multitasking 4. Page 4 Research shows that students will study more effectively if they are able to. A browse the Internet while they work B concentrate on one task at a time C study only during scheduled study times D text with friends while studying For each hour spent in class, you should schedule hour s of study time. The habit of delaying something that needs your immediate attention is called.
A multitasking B time management C procrastination D overextending According to Dr. Piers Steel, of college students spend time procrastinating. A 15 to 30 percent B 35 to 50 percent C 60 to 75 percent D 80 to 95 percent Stephanie has a large, complex assignment due in two weeks for her biology class. She is not sure how best to tackle completing it on time. What will NOT help Stephanie finish her project on time? A Putting it off until next week—one week is plenty of time to finish B Creating a to-do list and checking off items as she gets them done C Rewarding herself when she finishes various aspects of the project D Reminding herself that not enjoying an assignment is not a good reason to put it off The best way to organize a major writing assignment is to.
A ask your instructor to provide a plan B avoid any preparation or planning C plan to complete the entire assignment three days before the due date D break the assignment into smaller steps with individual deadlines 5. Page 5 When Molly was in high school, she had to attend summer school twice because her procrastination caused her to fail several classes.
Now that she has started college, she wants to turn over a new leaf and focus on getting her assignments finished and handed in on time. Which of these strategies can help Molly avoid procrastination? A Rely on her memory to keep her schedule straight. C Focus on the activities and tasks that are the most fun. D Keep her tablet handy in case she needs to look something up on the Internet.
When you importance. A overextend B procrastinate C multitask D prioritize , you put your tasks, goals, and values in order of Which of these should be the highest priority? Peter is going to see his instructor about a recent failing grade he received on a test.
He does not think the grade is fair because he didn't have time to study. His instructor insists that Peter had plenty of time to study, because he found out about the test over two weeks ago. What is a choice that Peter should have made when he first found out about the test?
A He should have extended his workouts to three hours every night. B He should have attended the parties in his dormitory every weekend.
C He should have cut back on other activities and prioritized studying. D He should have stayed up and studied all night before the day of the test. Which of these strategies can help you keep track of all the tasks you need to remember?
Page 6 When you have too much to do given the resources available, you are. A procrastinating B overextended C prioritizing D multitasking Leo is dangerously close to failing some of his classes this semester. He is taking four advanced science classes with lab sections, plays soccer in his free time, and sings in a choir on weekends. How should Leo deal with being so overextended? A He should start drinking coffee with breakfast to keep his energy up.
B He should learn to take on only what he can handle. C He should sleep less at night so he has more time to study. D He should get a tutor to help him with his class work. Which of the following is NOT a strategy for successful time management?
A Determine what a realistic workload is for you. B Prepare to-do lists to keep track of all of your tasks.
D Schedule study times around social activities. What is the best way to focus and keep your priorities on track? A Tackle large jobs all at once rather than in stages.