Time Management And Its Impact On Students

862 Words Jul 18th, 2015 4 Pages
Many students find it hard to manage their time well; whether they are trying to juggle academic responsibilities such as just getting to classes, trying to keep up with the continuous demands of each class like studying, or with trying to complete multiple assignments that have to be completed before the deadline. It can be onerous. Especially, in college, there are so many distractions: different clubs, sports, and other campus activities that you can participate in such LEAD helping the community and the most distracting one of all homecomings and other school events. Time management is the way that you properly use your time by balancing out everything that you have to accomplish. Time management has such an impact on students because without managing your time you would never be able to get any of your tasks done in college. For example, Sam has a big test tomorrow in his English class that he needs to study for. Sam also has a really important project that he must complete as well that counts for forty percent of his grade in his Strategies for Success class. If he poorly manages his time he is unable to dictate enough time to each of his two tasks studying and working on his project to succeed in both classes. As I did research for time management I came across three articles that supported this idea of the importance of time management. One study done by Hafner, Oberst, and Stock (2014) talked about avoiding procrastination through time management. Then the next…
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