How to get the best value for time?

China
March 7, 2009 8:43am CST
Hi,mylotter~ Are you satisfied with what you achieve in the hours spent studying or do you wonder where all the time has gone,without much to show for it?How hard are you really working? I am a college student ,wondering how to give study hours top priority.I wanna my remaining hours will be really free. Thank you for your respons.Happy mylotting~(*^__^*)
2 responses
@ronharold (555)
• Philippines
7 Mar 09
Hi there! I'm a college student as well. I'm satisfied with my time when I study. I really don't study that hard. In fact I can't study beyond two hours but I'm really satisfied with the results.
• China
8 Mar 09
You are so lucky,don't have the trouble like me,lol. Hope one day I could satisfied with my study time~ Thank your response.:)
@gerald_lian (2193)
• Australia
7 Mar 09
I am an individual who likes to procrastinate (like most normal students do), so I am always wondering where all the time has gone and I haven't studied. I normally only work hard when it's nearing the exam period; I know that it's a very risky thing to do and it's not good to procrastinate, but I guess that's just the way I'm wired. Many people have advised that doing yourself a timetable helps to make the best out of every minute of the day, and to get things done along the way as well. I have ever tried to make a timetable for myself, but I find I tend to deviate from it more often than not. Now that I've graduated from university and have entered into the working world, the only advise I can give you about how to give your study hours top priority is to consciously make an effort to put studying on the top of your list. Allocate less time for other activities that matter less, such as socializing with friends, shopping etc. Hope that helps.....happy Mylotting!
• China
8 Mar 09
lol,same here. That's really helpful.i got it.thank you for your great response.(*^__^*)