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Pamela Farah

Any mentor may be able to help you with this; just ask!
If you feel that you need a lot of help in this area, then it would be wise to specifically select/send offers to mentors who list that as one of their strong areas.
I, for instance, have developed very strong time management and study skills.
I would love to help! If you're interested, please reach out and maybe we can set up a mentor/mentee relationship.
I look forward to hearing from you!

Pamela Farah

Answered 1 year ago

Pamela Farah
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Lillian Cochran

Any mentor can help by suggesting time management skills and outlines, scheduling planning but the hard part is being dedicated to that plan once its been established between mentor and mentee. Outlines can be created showing the most important and urgent activities that must be completed and when. Draw a timeline and place reminders all around the place to act as a reminder, as well as set reminders on a smartphone that alert you prior to an activity being scheduled. These are some of my personal tips that assist me with time management and keeping things organized..

Answered 1 year ago

Lillian Cochran
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Mehroz Khan

Hi!
One way to get your mentor to help you with time management and study skills is to be direct. Let them know you require help in these areas. Mentors are not mind readers unfortunately and they don't always know what you need help with. Best way is through communication and letting them know how you feel about certain things. Hope this helps!

Answered 1 year ago

Mehroz Khan
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Dr. Nadiya Lyakhovolska, PhD

You have to learn how to prioritize. Make sure that you got done the once that are due first.

Answered 1 year ago

Dr. Nadiya  Lyakhovolska, PhD
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Edward Graves

Having a schedule, with no excuses why not to, is a necessity. Also have a predetermined length of time to study. Focus your attention on one task at a time until it is completed.

Answered 1 year ago

Edward Graves