Process Analysis: An Analysis Of Time Management In School

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Process Analysis Students in school wonder if it 's possible to get all A 's in their classes or maybe just one class. I’m going to start off with experience from school. With some of the experience that I had in school I think it is possible to get an A but the student has to be on the ball and not slack off at the end. Students just have to try hard and not get distracted when they are doing their work or studying. If they could do that then there will be no problem on passing the class with a good grade. The student just can’t just slack off in class or that will get to them later on in during the course. For some students, they use excuses to get out of class and others have poor time management to do their assignments or studies. …show more content…
Time management plays a big role when you’re a student in college because they’re on their own and the teacher won’t be telling when an assignment is due to. They expect the student to have the assignment all done and ready to get whether it’s in class or turned in on the web. It’s important to manage your time so that the student could complete everything that needs to be completed. If students have proper time management skills I think it would lead them to success …show more content…
Studies have shown that students tend to do less work while multitasking so it 's better to do one thing at a time. Apparently all this impacts the student’s academic performance (Bellur). Students who tend to multitasks tend to have a lower GPA because they are so focused on more than one thing at a time and that 's not good for a student that’s starving for a good grade. All this was based on student 's surveys so it 's true that students tend to do badly when you do two different things at once (Bellur). Personally I agree with this because from my experience I tend to do badly when I do two different things at once especially when I study it tends to confuse

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