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5 Time Management Tips for Students

Are you a prospective student looking to maximize your university experience? Or are you a student who is already attending university and struggling to meet deadlines as they currently stand? Either way, here is a list of a few amazing time management tips that all students from around the globe are sure to find useful. Start Preparing Your Applications Far in Advance Requirements vary from institution to institution and it can often take a while to source all the documents that you will need for your college applications. This is why it is so important for you to start preparing as soon as possible. Look into the requirements for your dream university for starters. As an example, the UNCW requirements include an average GPA of 4.22 and at least a 1195 on the SAT or 72 on the ACT. Keep in mind that it also pays to have a back-up plan just in case you don’t get into your college of choice. Some university acceptance rates  can be lower than 20%, after all. The UNCW acceptance rate, as shown on CampusReel, is significantly higher at 60.96%. Get Rid of Distractions Once you have been accepted into a university and the coursework officially begins, you will need to start with revision and assignment work immediately. The easiest way to do this is to eliminate distractions as much as you can, especially within your study space. Make your desk a no-phone zone and avoid listening to music unless it’s the type that is conducive to concentration and productivity. Create a Schedule Don’t assume that you can remember everything that you need to get done. It is always worthwhile to write things down so that you can effectively plan your steps and prioritize your tasks. Create a schedule to accommodate all of this and do your best to stick to it. Find Balance You are more likely to stick to your schedule and to procrastinate less if you ensure that you also set some time aside for yourself every day. This could be something as simple as sitting down to watch a few episodes of the latest Netflix series, or going out with your friends for the evening. Balance is key to making your schedule sustainable and to keeping your resolve and motivation strong. Figure Out Your Study Preferences Some people tend to study better in the mornings than they do at night, and vice versa. Some struggle to sit and focus for more than an hour at a time, while others can go for three hours without needing a break. Everyone is different and it is important for you to find your ideal study habits and embrace them. This knowledge and self-awareness will help you optimize the time that you spend revising and working on assignments. Time management is essentially about planning and diligence. If you can get something done well ahead of the deadline, great. The more you do now, the less you have to do later. You’ve got this!
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5 Time Management Tips for Students Are you a prospective student looking to maximize your university experience? Or are you a student who is already attending university and struggling to meet deadlines as they currently stand? Either way, here is a list of a few amazing time management tips that all students from around the globe are sure to find useful. Start Preparing Your Applications Far in Advance Requirements vary from institution to institution and it can often take a while to source all the documents that you will need for your college applications. This is why it is so important for you to start preparing as soon as possible. Look into the requirements for your dream university for starters. As an example, the UNCW requirements include an average GPA of 4.22 and at least a 1195 on the SAT or 72 on the ACT. Keep in mind that it also pays to have a back-up plan just in case you don’t get into your college of choice. Some university acceptance rates  can be lower than 20%, after all. The UNCW acceptance rate, as shown on CampusReel, is significantly higher at 60.96%. Get Rid of Distractions Once you have been accepted into a university and the coursework officially begins, you will need to start with revision and assignment work immediately. The easiest way to do this is to eliminate distractions as much as you can, especially within your study space. Make your desk a no-phone zone and avoid listening to music unless it’s the type that is conducive to concentration and productivity. Create a Schedule Don’t assume that you can remember everything that you need to get done. It is always worthwhile to write things down so that you can effectively plan your steps and prioritize your tasks. Create a schedule to accommodate all of this and do your best to stick to it. Find Balance You are more likely to stick to your schedule and to procrastinate less if you ensure that you also set some time aside for yourself every day. This could be something as simple as sitting down to watch a few episodes of the latest Netflix series, or going out with your friends for the evening. Balance is key to making your schedule sustainable and to keeping your resolve and motivation strong. Figure Out Your Study Preferences Some people tend to study better in the mornings than they do at night, and vice versa. Some struggle to sit and focus for more than an hour at a time, while others can go for three hours without needing a break. Everyone is different and it is important for you to find your ideal study habits and embrace them. This knowledge and self-awareness will help you optimize the time that you spend revising and working on assignments. Time management is essentially about planning and diligence. If you can get something done well ahead of the deadline, great. The more you do now, the less you have to do later. You’ve got this!
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