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
We kick off our Surviving College series this week. Tune in every day for tips on everything from time management to getting on your professor's good side. Whether you're a Freshman or a seventh-year undergrad, there's something useful in here for you.
Today we start with: time management. It's a term many people dread, because most of us just aren't good at it. Unfortunately, it's the one skill that can make or break your academic–and even social–success in college.
The kicker about time management? It's amazingly simple once you get the steps down. Much as we do with computers and attempts to try anything new, we build time management up to be much more difficult than it really is.
And you can only use the dead grandmother excuse so many times. Why not just make it easier on yourself?
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