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Being an athlete is not as easy as it looks If you think remembering how to calculate the dimensions of a matrix is difficult try to breaking down and analyzing your opponents ninety plus offensive plays a game and still remember the matrix as well as your other nine to thirteen credits Even though an athlete is required to do just that there are many stereotypes that people put on them For example some views are stupid careless cocky inconsiderate not really students and situations are made easier for them However athletes are just as academically gifted as the non-athlete having less time which leads to a more disciplined student and person A huge part of being a successful student in school is learning how to manage your time In college there are a lot of events and activities along with school that are appealing to attend The conflict between these activities and school is realizing what is important and what is not and understanding that you have to sacrifice things The student athlete has to deal with a busy school schedule and also a demanding sports schedule not to mention a family and social life If not structured properly that will only overbook a day The student athlete has to learn how to manage time and sacrifice some things if he or she wants to be successful It is essential to the success of an athlete in his or her sport as it is to their academics to have their time managed well One major time management skill is writing out an hourly schedule for all seven days of the week This is something that will let you know when you have time to do those miscellaneous things therefore not over schedule and miss important things that is vital to your success This hard work is a crucial step for a student athlete and it shows how things for an athlete do not
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