Yeah, I hear people say "Motivation is what gets you started...but habit is what keeps you going"
While that is true, I still suck at managing my time. Sometimes I find myself spending way too much on an assignment and I end up having no time for something else that needs to be done.
I guess I just need to work on budgeting my time efficiently. When should I stop with something and move on? That sort of thing. I guess this is relating more with prioritizing things, though...which really goes hand in hand with time management.
I do. While they help, I find myself straying off or not accomplishing what I want to do. Not that it's bad...because I usually get more done than I usually would. I just want to get more stuff done, haha
Set some time aside to work in a place removed from as many temptations as possible. That might mean using the library computer to work instead of your own, or telling a friend or roommate that you're going to work on such-and-such in a shared room and to shame you into doing it if you start slacking. I was always pretty bad about keeping a calendar, maybe one on your phone or computer that actually alerts you when you're supposed to be doing something would help?
Figure out how much time you personally need to study for an exam and go by that. Personally I always found that cramming, while other people found it a terrible strategy, worked really well for me. It depends on how much time you need to grasp the subject matter and then how long you'll be able to retain it.