Depending on your year of collegiate education, you may be at a specific place on the overall scale of time management. Freshmen are stereotyped to be the most focused on their studies, as they are trying to adjust to the new level of rigorous course study. Sophomores and Juniors adjust their work habits and social circles accordingly, and often will spend their best working hours with friends. Seniors tend to be the least concerned with their time management skills as they have already learned the shortcuts to putting in little effort into class. While these generalizations may be tough, they spring from a fair truth: college is a difficult place to manage your time because you have studies and coursework, commitments to extracurricular activities, and sometimes a part-time job…all while living in close proximity to your best friends! It’s natural to be torn in different directions with your focus but it is possible to manage your time to give a fair slice to each direction! If you are in college and would like to sleep at a normal hour, read this article to learn how to become more productive with your time management skills!
Read the full article here: 8 Steps for Strong Time Management for College Students