Download PDF by Dave Ellis: BAMS: The Essential Guide to Becoming a Master Student

By Dave Ellis

This ebook is for first 12 months students, at 2-year, 4-year, and proprietary/career colleges.

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Before you go to bed, review your day and write down your activities along with starting and stopping times. ) 30 CHAPTER 2 Note: Keep this exercise in perspective. No one says that you have to keep track of the rest of your life in 15-minute intervals. Eventually you can monitor selected activities in your life and keep track of them only for as long as you choose. Copyright © 2010 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 2 each week to sleeping, studying, working, attending classes, and socializing.

When different learning styles intersect, there is the potential for conflict—and an opening for creativity. Succeeding with peers often means seeing the classroom and workplace as a laboratory for learning from experience. Resolving conflict and learning from mistakes are all part of the learning cycle. DISCOVER THE STYLES OF PEOPLE AROUND YOU You can learn a lot about other people’s styles simply by observing them during the workday. Look for clues such as the following. Copyright © 2010 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.

These little errands can destroy a tight schedule and make us feel rushed and harried all week. Remember to allow for travel time between locations. Also make room for fun. Take time to browse aimlessly through the library, stroll with no destination, ride a bike, or do other things you enjoy. 8. Involve others when appropriate. Sometimes the activities we schedule depend on gaining information, assistance, or direct participation from other people. If we neglect to inform them of our plans or forget to ask for their cooperation at the outset—surprise!

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