Other Books in Series
This is book number 22 in the Pocket Study Skills series.
- #10: Completing Your PhD (Pocket Study Skills #10) (Paperback): $10.95
- #11: Planning Your PhD (Pocket Study Skills #11) (Paperback): $10.95
- #14: Getting Critical (Pocket Study Skills #14) (Paperback): $10.95
- #24: Referencing and Understanding Plagiarism (Pocket Study Skills #24) (Paperback): $10.95
- #26: Reflective Writing (Pocket Study Skills #26) (Paperback): $10.95
- #27: Reflective Writing (Pocket Study Skills #27) (Paperback): $9.95
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.
About the Author
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.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.
"Need more than 24 hours a day to do everything you need to? Time Management provides stressed-out students, faculty or staff with practical methods for effectively using time to accomplish vital tasks, while maintaining some semblance of a sane life. Anyone who needs help with time management should buy and read this book because 24 hours a day is rarely enough time." --Todd Campbell, North Georgia College & State University
"This book is a must have for any student attending university. It is easy to read, has funny illustrations that add to the message and great suggestions to try. Put this resource on your 'to do' list to buy before beginning that first semester!" --Kristi Frisbee, Pittsburg State University"Project manage your course! This wonderful little book offers wise advice and hundreds of simple tips to make study fit into your life and still be productive." --Michael Webber, University of Melbourne, Australia