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Improvement on Study Skills

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ver at Academic Skills Center web site in California Polytechnic State University, they have a very good library of study skills information like listening, memorization, time management etc. I really liked the information on Procrastination:

… The procrastinator is often remarkably optimistic about his ability to complete a task on a tight deadline; this is usually accompanied by expressions of reassurance that everything is under control. (Therefore, there is no need to start.) For example, he may estimate that a paper will take only five days to write; he has fifteen days; there is plenty of time; no need to start. Lulled by a false sense of security, time passes. At some point, he crosses over an imaginary starting time and suddenly realizes, “Oh no! – I am not in control! There isn’t enough time!” …

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