Time Management and Organizational Skills

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Middlesex Community College

Do you have difficulty keeping up with assignments? Is your calendar too crowded? Are you finding it difficult to juggle home, work and school responsibilities? If your answer to any of these questions is YES, then you could benefit from some time management and organizational strategies.

Efficient use of time puts you in control of yourself. Once you assume responsibility for your success, you can make time work more effectively for you. When you learn to manage time, organizational skills follow. Once you determine the length of time needed to complete certain tasks, the way in which you fit them into your schedule, anxiety and stress are reduced. Good time management requires that you set goals and make plans for reaching those goals and objectives.

Formulate a schedule that contains some degree of flexibility to account for emergencies, disruptions, etc. Be sure to set aside some time each day to reflect on your vision as well as your long and short term goals. The strategies provided in these linked time management pages will help you to be a better personal time manager.

Time Management Strategies / Organizational Tips / Classroom Strategies

If you would like more information or clarification regarding the material presented herein, please
contact Diane von Hardenberg, Learning Specialist by, e-mail at mx_diane@commnet.edu, by phone at
(860) 343-5879, or by stopping by the Career Development and Counseling Center in Room 406,
Snow Hall at MxCC.

Return to: Learning Strategies Page / Academic Resources Page / CLC Home Page

Middlesex Community College
100 Training Hill Rd.   Middletown, CT 06457

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