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What Every Student Should Know About Procrastination

By August Hoffman

Published by Pearson

Published Date: Aug 24, 2007


Offering a complete approach to procrastination, “What Every Student Should Know About Procrastination” includes self-assessments to help students determine their own personal types of procrastination, and then solutions that address each individual style. The basic tools offered in this supplement are proven methods that can save students time and money as they learn new habits in college and prepare for the work environment.

Table of Contents





I. Styles of Procrastination                                                    

Are You a Perfectionist Procrastinator?



II. Situations Involving Procrastination                                

My Destiny / My Choice Questionnaire                      

What Type of Procrastinator are You?                      


III. Solutions to Procrastination                                            

The "Chipping" Method: Starting Out in Small Steps Leads to Bigger Steps




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