Study Skills and Time Management
Additional information is forthcoming on SCF study skills and Time Management. This webpage is still under construction.
One of the best ways to be a successful student is to use your time wisely.
Planning your time each day will help you to stay on track. Some people like to carry a calendar with them to help organize their day. Other people make "to do" lists and cross off tasks as they are completed.
Estimate how long you need to accurately complete your different school tasks and set that time aside to work on homework to make sure that you do a good job.
Do you know how long you need to study before you take tests? If you wait until the last minute, you might not have enough time to get your mind ready for your test.
Managing your time might be the most important factor in being a successful student.
Disability Resource Center (DRC) has developed "Study Skill" packets to enhance and build educational success for the disabled student. These packets are available upon request at the DRC office. The packets cover the following topics in detail:
° Testing - Techniques on taking an exam, Taking An Objective Test, How to Answer the Question, Answering an Essay Test, and Studying for Exams.
° Study Time - Choosing a place to study, How to start studying, and Building a Study Schedule. Under construction
° Taking Notes - Listening to Lectures and Taking Lecture Notes. Under construction
° Reading - Reading your Text Book. Under construction
Additional information on study skills and on-line tutoring and support is available click here College Placement Practice Test.