Common personal conditions is stress. Stress is a common element in the lives of every individual, regardless of race or cultural background (Garrett, 2007).
It is always present among individuals. Stress produces a physical reaction in the body that can make it harder to focus, sleep, and do well academically. Recurrent physical and psychological stress can diminish self-esteem, decrease interpersonal and academic effectiveness, and create a cycle of self-blame and self-doubt. For us students, we are usually experiencing stress whenever our projects are given by our professors at the same time, difficult lessons, home works, family problems, etc.
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Dyslexia is a subcategory found within a specific population of individuals with learning disabilities. It is believed to be caused by neurological differences within the brain (Kirk, Gallagher & Anastasiow, 2007).
Students with physical illnesses or disabilities are at risk for being underachievers when their impairment results in limitations on physical and cognitive abilities, or results in limited school attendance and decreased oppurtunity for school success (Bloch, 2007; Perrin and Gerrity, 2008).
Time management is the ability of a person to use his or her time effectively or productively with an explicitly focus on time in deciding what to do; on how much time to allocate to the activities; on how activities can be done more efficiently and on when the time is right for particular activities.
Time management is usually a personal problem and if one knows what right is, then there is no need to worry. Daily life is not actually a gamble and allocating time to every activity will help (Argarwal, 2008).
Time is always available although it waits for no one, and is no respecter of gender that both male and female undergraduate are affected by time management (Omolola, 2010).
Academic performance is the outcome of education, that is, the extent to which a student, teacher or institution has achieved their educational goals. Academic performance is commonly measured by examinations or continuous assessment but there is no general agreement on how it is best tested or which aspects are more important. Academic performance seems to increase when time management skills are well-handled.