Saturday, September 19, 2015

Know Your Time Management Limits as an Online Student - John LaMar, US News

A full-time job and a full-time course load aren't workable for every online student. After closing five tabs on my Chrome Web browser and another eight course documents, I looked at my schedule for the upcoming week: three and a half hours of free time left – not for a day, but for the entire week. My typical day as an online bachelor's student was looking like this: wake up at 5:45 a.m., get to work by 7 a.m. at the latest, do an hour of class work before starting my job at 8 a.m., work eight hours while taking an hour lunch break to study, go home, take a 20-minute power nap before eating, then do another three to four hours of studying before falling asleep. The next day, the routine began again.

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