Confused about exam preparation? Work through this motivational interviewing activity to get the much needed clarity. Please feel free to write as many points you wish to in each category.
A study timetable is a handy, inexpensive tool that can help you get control over your study time.
How do you prioritize your tasks? Find out more by working on Stephen Covey's Time Management Matrix. The four quadrants in this activity are as follows: 1. Important and urgent- Important tasks, you have to do them now 2. Important, but not urgent- Tasks that require planning and preparation 3. Urgent, but not important- Tasks to be delegated, not added-value tasks 4. Not urgent, not important- Tasks to be eliminatedPlease feel free to write as many points you wish to in each category.