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Time Management

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 96
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Pocket Study Skills

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15 August 2011

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This pocket-sized guide provides students with practical advice and suggestions for successfully managing all aspects of their time while studying, from prioritising tasks to planning for individual assignments, group tasks...

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This pocket-sized guide provides students with practical advice and suggestions for successfully managing all aspects of their time while studying, from prioritising tasks to planning for individual assignments, group tasks and exams. Activities and self-assessments help students to identify how they learn best so that they can develop time management strategies that work for them.

Concise yet effective, this is an essential resource for any student looking to improve their time management skills. Ideal for self-study, it contains a section on troubleshooting for those looking for a quick-fix solution. 

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Advice is based on current students' experiences of higher education
Accommodates a wide range of learning styles and preferences
Contains a troubleshooting section with pragmatic guidance on procrastination, missed deadlines and perfectionism
Equips students with effective strategies for managing their time, setting them up for success beyond their studies

Introduction
PART I: PLANNING THE TERM / SEMESTER
PART II: GETTING IT ALL DONE
PART III: TROUBLESHOOTING
PART IV: THE BIGGER PICTURE AND WHAT NEXT...?
Conclusions.

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KATE WILLIAMS is Learning Development Manager at the Upgrade Study Advice Service at Oxford Brookes University, UK.

MICHELLE REID is a Study Adviser at the University of Reading, UK.

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KATE WILLIAMS is Learning Development Manager at the Upgrade Study Advice Service at Oxford Brookes University, UK.

MICHELLE REID is a Study Adviser at the University of Reading, UK.

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