How to: Conquer your calendar

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Published on March 17, 2016

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1. social.usq.edu.au CRICOS: QLD00244B  NSW02225M  TEQSA: PRV12081  03.2016 Graphics © Shutterstock CONQUER Calendar YOUR 01 STUDY STAPLES 02 THE FUN STUFF †† Assignment due dates †† Assignment check-in dates (e.g. Start assignment here. Proofread here. Your lecturer may or may not offer guidance with these.) †† Online exams/quizzes †† ICT maintenance days †† Phoenix Central events †† Exams (once timetables are released near the end of semester) †† Study/revision sessions †† Lectures, tutorials, workshops †† Course Meet-Up sessions †† Group assignment meetings †† Fee due dates †† Residential schools †† Practical placements †† Library book return dates †† Census dates †† Birthdays †† Anniversaries †† Religious holidays †† Public holidays †† Annual family holidays †† Social events (weddings, sporting events, festivals etc) †† Uni Games †† Fathers/Mothers Day †† Study-free days (take a break!) 03 EVERYDAY ESSENTIALS †† School holidays & pupil free days (if you have kids) †† Rental inspections †† Car services †† Medical appointments †† Hair appointments †† Work shifts/travel †† Rostered days off One of the biggest challenges when starting out at university is learning how to manage your time.The last thing you want when you’ve found your uni groove is to be put on the spot by a birthday, bill or online quiz you forgot to plan for! Research suggests that bringing together your work, study and personal commitments into one calendar is a great way to manage your time and avoid over-commitment*.To help get you started, we’ve put together a list of items you might want to mark on your calendar. Whether you use your phone, computer, diary or USQ wall calendar, having all your commitments recorded in the one place will help you to visualise your schedule and identify times where your commitments clash or you’re likely to feel under pressure. The key to time management is forward planning, so by understanding what’s ahead you’ll be able to prioritise your time like a pro! Feeling overwhelmed? We’ve got even more tips and advice to help you manage your time and get set for study on USQ’s Social Hub. You’ve got this! #usqstudy *American Psychological Association, 2005 (http://www.apa.org/gradpsych/2005/11/matters.aspx) HOW TO

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