Time Management Worksheet

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168 Hours in a Week Activity Description Hours Per Week Percentage Class Time Each credit of a 15-week course equals one hour a week 12 7% Job/Work Hours per week 26 15% Studying Outside classroom prep, reading, research, writing papers, etc. 18 11% Commuting Transportation Time 5 3% Extracurricular Activities Clubs, church, sports, etc. 2 1% Family Responsibilities Cleaning, cooking, shopping, etc. 20 12% Sleeping 40 24% Eating 7 4% Personal Grooming Bathing, hair, make-up, etc. 7 4% 4 Month Baby (Michael) Write in your own category. 21 13% Me-Time (exercise & meditate) Write in your own category. 7 4% Free Time (Family Time) Extra uncategorized time you may have. 3 2% Total 168 100% Part 1 . RECORD how much time, during a week, you spend on each of the following activities and fill out the chart below. Record time in hours. Your Hours Per Week CANNOT be higher than 168, your percentage CANNOT be more than 100%!
Class Time example: Four 3-credit courses, 15 week session = 12 hours Two 3-credit courses, 8 week session = 12 hours Studying example: 2-3 hours for each credit One 3-credit course, 15 week session = 6-9 hours One 3-credit course, 8 week session = 12-18 hours
; Part 2. REVIEW the pie chart, which reflects your responses in Part 1. Refer to this chart when cre Class Time; 7.14% Job/Work ; 15.48% Studying; 10.71% Commuting; 2.98% Extracurricular Activities ; 1.19% Family Responsibilities ; 11.90% Sleeping ; 23.81% Eating; 4.17% Personal Grooming ; 4.17% 4 Month Baby (Michael); 12.50% Me-Time (exercise & meditate); 4.17% Free Time (Family Time); 1.79%
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