If this is a new problem, I’d suggest getting your vision checked. Otherwise, Academic Coaching from the Connors Family Learning Center (bit.ly/BC-connors) can help you develop skills and learn to better use your time so you get more (or all) of your reading done.
You need to give your studies the attention they deserve, but it’s important to make other activities a part of your life. Your years here are an opportunity to learn, grow, and try out new things, and that doesn’t happen just in the classroom or the lab. The solution might be developing your time management skills. Why not try Academic Coaching at the Connors Family Learning Center (bit.ly/BC-connors)?
Write them at a rate of 1.5 papers per day? You could try asking for an extension. But it sounds like you could use some support with time management. Academic Coaching at the Connors Family Learning Center (bit.ly/BC-connors) can give you some ideas for how to not wind up in this situation next time.
Maybe, or maybe it’s a time management issue? It would be good to figure out. Talk with your advisor, perhaps try Academic Coaching at the CFLC (bit.ly/BC-connors) and if you’re really stressed, University Counseling (bit.ly/BC-counseling), to see how you can find the right level of commitment in your busy life.
That’s a tough one. Do you have a very good reason for wanting to do so? Do you feel you have the time to give each course the attention it needs, and to be able to learn as effectively as you would with a normal course load? Talk these things over with your academic advisor.
You sound like a perfect candidate for some academic coaching and time management skill training at the Connors Family Learning Center (bit.ly/BC-connors). Because I think you should do well in class, sleep AND have some fun – give it a try.
Sounds like you’re getting back on track already. Why not work on time management by getting some academic coaching at The Connors Family Learning Center (bit.ly/BC-connors), so it doesn’t come down to this next time? You will get through this!
By the time you read my response, you’ll be done. I hope it feels really, really good! Celebrate being done – and maybe next semester level up on your time management skills with academic coaching at the CFLC (bit.ly/BC-connors)?