1. Control your schedule, not let your Control Program You Ability to organize and time management are two of the most valuable skills you will ever have. One of the first things to do at the beginning of each semester is organize the dates of all class tests and project deadlines for each program, and all necessary meetings and events of each organization. All obligations must be recorded in a prime time to maintain at all times, as a daily planner, desk calendar, or even a PDA (Personal Digital Assistant). For the next four months, we now know exactly what you should schedule the rest of your life. Then, it is highly recommended for you to set a timetable for you in writing to include all other items you want to create as a routine. Most importantly, this should include times of study, such as every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30? 6:30.
Physically blocking these periods of time every Tuesday and Thursday for the remainder of the semester. By Of course, the most important part of creating a calendar clings to it! Therefore, be disciplined enough to schedule other activities that are less important around that are most important. 2. Ask for help when you need it Whether as academics or organizational responsibilities, everyone reaches a point where you feel overwhelmed. This is what friends, colleagues and university resources are there for. Unfortunately, there are several reasons why people do not seek help when available. Some people try to cover a lot, trying to prove to themselves that “I can do on my own.