Techniques that I have used in the past for time management include a lot of different things. For example, I always write down my assignments and do them as soon as I can. Usually I do them the same day I get the assignment. If I get an assignment on Friday, I either do it Friday or Saturday. I like to get all of my assignments done, therefore I have free time do have fun or just relax. Some things that have worked well for me has been to write everything down. Do not put it off and say “oh I will do it later.” We all know how that goes. It rarely gets done. Something might come up such as your computer crashes or you have something else to do that is more important. Things that have not worked for me has been to put it off. I have often forgot to do an assignment. So I have learned to write everything down and do it as soon as you get it. My goals for this semester is that I will not fall behind and be sure to ask for help and sak to make sure I am not missing anything that needs to be turned in as well as writing things down and doing the assignment as soon as I get it.
Archive for August, 2010
Liberal Arts is benifical because you will learn things in these classses that you will need for life. Time management, how to write papers, and how to be organized. These things will not only help you in your job, but also in college. That is why Liberal Arts is benificial.
Liberal Arts means “skills for freedom,” according to the reading. My defintion of Liberal Arts is skills for life. In the outline of what you learn is things that you will need in life. For example, English calsses will help you in any major you choose. You will need to write papers, reports, and of course e-mails. If you do not know how to do any of that you will be in a tough positon. So skills for life is my defintion fo Liberal Arts.
1. How do you get involved? 2. Is it easy to get a hold of your professors? 3. Is it hard to be a student athlete? 4. What is the best way to manage yout time? 5. What is the best way to stay organized? 6. Is there material that will be hard to understand? 7. Do things get easier as you move along? 8. Are there certain things that we need to know? 9. Besides the work being harder, what is the biggest difference about college? 10. Is it always harder the first year or is it just as hard every year?
1. Make new freinds. 2. Learn new things. 3. Get good grades. 4. Have fun. 5. Get involved. 6. Get better at my golf game. 7. Have good relationships with people around campus. 8. Never give up. 9. Always be nice and helpful. 10. Be confident.
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