Time Management Case Study

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Students who work may show signs of stress more significantly than others. With time management, a student can demonstrate that they are more dedicated to school and achieving their life goals. Stress levels for students seemed to be substantially lower than others for students that have fortunate parents that provide payment for college tuition and are not forced to work. Those same students seem to be less dedicated to their work and time on campus (Whitman et al., 1984). Students who have better time management skills do not show cases of anxiety and/or low self-esteem, but students who cannot properly manage their time are more likely to suffer with these flaws of the human condition (Hudd et al., 2000). Leisure activities are another way to help a college…show more content…
The Daily Stress Inventory scale was used to access the stress levels in the participants ( Brantley, Waggoner, Jones, & Rappaport, 1985). In this inventory, the following participants were asked to complete daily assessments that would promptly bring upon a stressor. Once the stressor was indicated each participant needed to document their stress on scale from one to seven ( Brantley et al., 1985). During this study, student where given a questioner that asked about there majors, coarse load, and even where they had been working for that semester. In became very certain that students who had some form of employment did not get as much leisure time as other fellow students, and leisure time confirms less stress on a student. Also, students who worked did not receive necessary correct amounts of sleep in order to maintain a stable level of stress. Students who acquired a lower pay wage showed indefinite signs of higher stress levels. The students who worked and payed for their own financial load in college, seemed to have a higher grade-point average than the ones who did not ( Brantely et al.,
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