Wasting time during the day results in study tasks getting pushed to the evening (sometimes very late in the evening) and the weekend.
To use weekday time more effectively, start by pinpointing the periods when you usually waste time. Some of the most common ones are:
Many students believe that there isn't enough time to get anything significant done between classes. By the time you get a coffee, walk to the library or your room, and get settled with your books and computer, it's almost time to go to the next class.
So what's the point?
Here are some ideas that might help:
If you’re tired after a day of classes:
Meal times often become extended beyond what is desirable because students need this time ‐ to relax, to socialize, to digest what you’ve put into your body and your mind so far that day.
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