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Time Management

 

Perhaps the most valuable result of all
 education is the ability to make yourself do
 the thing you have to do, when it ought to
 be done, whether you like it or not.

- Walter Bagehot

  In college, as with life in general, there never seems to be enough time to go around. One of the most difficult challenges you will face as you make the transition from high school to college is to recognize and deal constructively with the fact that you, and you alone, are now in charge of determining how your valuable time is spent.

One of the reasons that high
school seems so easy in
comparison to college is that
others manage time for you.
In high school, both your teachers
and your parents actively involved
themselves in making sure your
day was full, that you got where
you needed to go, and that all
your work was done on schedule.

 


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