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Managing your time effectively is an important part of studying. ... Use your time wisely - Use the days for tough activities like studying, and evenings for .... Spend more time solving problems than you do reading or listening.
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Weegy: Managing your time effectively is an important part of studying. ... Use your time wisely - Use the days for tough activities like studying, and evenings for .... Spend more time solving problems than you do reading or listening.
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Weegy: External distractors are sources of distractions that originate outside the student. They include environmental factors such as noise, people, objects, and odors. [ Other external distractors are related to poor time management, organization, and study skills. Personal problems are another external source of distractions. The area in which one studies should be free of distractions such as noise or the movement of people. Adjust the lighting so it does not glare or shine directly into the eyes. It should be neither too dark or too light. Avoid sitting in shadows. The room should be a comfortable temperature. If one cannot control the temperature of the room, dress accordingly. Layered clothing is a safe alternative. Avoid sitting on the bed, couch or overstuffed chair as these make one too comfortable. In the classroom, the student should select a seat away from windows, doors, friends, wall maps, and clocks. It is often helpful if one sits toward the front of the room and avoids seats at the ends of aisles. Find the "power center" of the room based on the instructor's actions. Sit where other active students are sitting. Again, one should dress such that one can easily adapt to the temperature of the room. It is important to recognize personal problems experienced by a student. Some degree of empathy is helpful, as is assisting the student to determine where the problem lies. However, it is equally important to avoid reinforcement or to attempt to intervene in the problem unless you have special training. Refer the student to a professional counselor instead. ]
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