Managing your time can seem challenging at first, but a few simple calculations can help put things in perspective. Start by budgeting your time. Figure out where your days goes, and then use the rest of your time for studying. If there isn't enough time left for studying, then adjust your time used for other activites.
It may seem like there aren't enough hours in the week to get everything done. That may be true or it may be that you are not using your time as efficiently as possible. To assess where your time goes, complete the inventory below. Be as honest with yourself as you can. Some of the items are done every day so those will need to be multiplied by 7 to arrive at a weekly total. One item may be done any number of times a week so you'll need to multiply that one by the number of times each week you do it. After you have responded to all the questions, you'll have an opportunity to see how many hours remain during the week for studying
Where does the day go?
Adapted from the Virginia Tech website 2012.