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Time becomes a greatly essential factor and time management skill is more important to students’ lives, study and especially in Research Methodology subject. Realizing that, this research aims to study the relationship between time management and performance on Research Methodology subject, specifically to find out techniques which students use to fulfil in assignments of this subject. Questionnaires including questions related to students’ perspectives on time management skills and the factors affecting the relationship between time management and Research Methodology subject were delivered to sixty senior students. The findings
show the roles, as well as the effects of time management on assignment fulfilment, were confirmed. Most of the participants agreed that time management skills played an essential role in their ability to complete
assignments of the subject. And the study also provides students with some effective time management techniques for their successful study.
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