A practical guide which identifies strategies on how to cope with part-time study, and illustrates the best way to balance the competing demands of work and study, as well as giving time to relationships and responsibilties in the home.
This practical guide identifies strategies on how to cope with part-time study, and illustrates the best way to balance the competing demands of work and study, as well as giving time to relationships and responsibilties in the home. The author identifies practical strategies to improve the use of time, providing advice on topics such as systematic approaches to report writing, preparing for exams, reading more efficiently, delegating duties, time savers for library research and cutting out procrastination. Fred Orr is also the author of "How to Pass Exams" and "How to Succeed at Work".
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Fred Orr is a senior psychologist at the University of NSW, and has been a part-time student and taught part-time students. His previous best-selling books, How to pass exams and How to succeed at work have helped tens of thousands. He appears regularly in the press, on radio and television.
Table of Contents
AcknowledgmentsPreface1 Time management strategies2 Personal management skills3 Listening and notetaking4 Reading more effectively5 Sharpening your information research skills6 Writing research reports and essays7 Preparing for examinations8 Keeping healthy and fit9 The plight of the mature age student10 The rigours of correspondence studyReferencesIndex
How to Succeed at Part-Time Study by Fred Orr
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