thanks for MHO.
But that's if you have some form of masochist tendencies
If you find it hard to organize yourself during studies, but organization is exactly what you want to study - it is a notable risk.
You study a similar field as me. Have you considered any master's to apply to?
Not really, no.
thanks for mho and good luck with your decision
It does a lot - time management is vital for any managerial roles, even succeeding at work.
@Oram52 sure it does. Show me the peer reviewed research where a single person assessment of “time management” that resulted in a “not well” assessment at the point of under grad completion but before graduate degree start, where said person achieved both under grad and graduate degrees. And, said persons had significant correlation with career failure. Hmmmm, I’ll take the bet any day that systemic measured outcome success correlates better with career success than does a single person mid point assessment of “time management “ correlates with career failure. In fact, I’d go a step further and suggest that non traditional approaches to goal achievement correlates better with career success in leading edge industries than does a demonstration of “time management”.
Well so you see a lot of people in managerial or successful positions who are not good with time management? Basic concept apparent to everyone which requires a peer reviewed research for you to grasp? Sure their are other important variables too, time-management a vital component. Ever heard of time is money." I’d go a step further and suggest that non traditional approaches to goal achievement correlates better "And what approaches would that be?
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