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by Christopher Mc Brearty Contact
Topic: Academic life
Views: 110
Time Management“You have the same number of hours in a day as Beyoncé”Are you late for assignments, generally stressing or missing activities and around the campus?Does it sometimes feel like there's not enough hours in the day? Well, everyone has the same 24 hours in a day but how come some people make more progress in a day than you can in a week? It all comes down to time management, the art of organising and planning how to divide your time between specific activities.University isn’t just about getting good grades in your exams, it’s also about skill development. During your time in university, you will develop many (new) skills, one of which could be time management. Essential in the workplace.Here are some tips you can practice to become a master of this fine art. It may seem senseless to spend precious time working on time management but trust me, the benefits are enormous, including eliminating all those aforementioned problems. Set goals... read more
by laoiselane
Views: 58
Hi all,A late welcome back to Semester 2 ! You're halfway through you first year, isn't time flying ?!?Please find lists of support services below to help you get through this semester if you felt like you struggled last semester in any way, shape, or form. NUIGalway has various support systems to get through the final hurdle of first year ! Academic and Personal Supports to studentsThese are provided by the Student Counselling and Wellbeing Service for you ! Free Once-Off Workshops* Time Management Tue Jan 26th 6.30 - 7.30* Study Skills Wed Feb 3rd 6.30 - 7.30* Procrastination Tue March 8th 6.30 – 7.30 * Presentation Skills Wed Feb 17th 6pm – 8p* Presentation Skills Tue Mar 1st 6pm – 8pm * Exam Preparation Skills Tue Feb Mar 15th 6.30 – 7.30* Exam Preparation Skills Tue April 5th 6.30 – 7.30 FURTHER INFORMATION AND  * Coping with Stress Tue Feb 23rd 5pm... read more
by Eileen Shannon Contact
Topic: College life
Views: 90
Hey everyone,Where has the time gone to? We’ve now hit week 8 of the semester, a time where exams are looming, assignment due dates are getting closer, and it feels like there aren’t enough hours in the day to keep everything going! With no Mammy to keep after you to ensure all the deadlines are met, the mentors have come up with some helpful tips to ensure efficient use and management of your time!Firstly, it might be helpful to make a large plan of assignments, study, events, etc. you have between now and the end of the semester so you can see the bigger picture of what you have to do and figure out the amount of time you can allocate to each task. Not all tasks are essential. Make a prioritised list. Some tasks can wait. Some tasks can be delegated. Some tasks can be tossed. Keeping a diary (like the one from the SU) can also be helpful to keep on top of assignments. Alternatively, using an organisational app on your phone could be handy. The Sunrise app is one... read more