Study Skills Review
Sierra College, Rocklin, CA
After thorough review of the resources available, I found that nothing was specific to my subject. The COMPUTER SCIENCE subject available was focused on writing code and math and remembering to interact with people and not just computers. I just couldn’t relate. I searched until I found a resource that I thought would be valuable to most any potential tutees...“Tips to Study Business Management” http://www.rasmussen.edu/degrees/business/blog/tips-to-study-business-management/. Time Management Tactics, Study Habits and Structure are tips every student and tutor can benefit from. Dare I say, every person can benefit from. “Make a schedule and stick to it…Pace yourself...Break large tasks into smaller ones….Don\'t get bogged down by fundamental concepts.” The advice applies to most everyone in any situation. Specifically as it applies to the tutor-tutee relationship, making a schedule and sticking to it, breaking large tasks into smaller ones, and pacing yourself will help to make the tutoring sessions as productive as possible and contribute to all around success.
Tips to Study Business Management
Ursula Mckinney, College Freshman
Austin Community College, Round Rock, Texas
Some people are born leaders with a natural ability to inspire people, drive innovation, and offer insightful direction.Before you begin to manage employees, it's essential that you develop the ability to manage your time wisely. 1. Make a schedule and stick to it, whether it's for homework, socializing, or studying. 2. Get to class early so you can prepare your materials and avoid having to rush. You'll feel more relaxed and capable of getting into the work. 3. Pace yourself. Although you may find it necessary to cram for an extra night before an exam, ideally you should begin your preparations far in advance. 4. Overcome procrastination by staying organized and making a simple to-do list that you can check items off of once they\'re complete.Remain focused and successful by sticking to your goals and saving time. 1. Tailor your education to your particular interests and goals if possible. For example, choose topics for papers and projects that you\'re genuinely interested in. This can make the work seem much easier and could also benefit your career in the future.
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