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GMAT Verbal Section : GMAT Reading Comprehension Questions

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below by choosing the most appropriate options of all.

Time management refers to a set of skills, principles, tools, and practices that work together and assist you in getting more value out of your time and improve the way you live your life. Time management also refers to the different ways that are used for planning and exercising proper control over the amount of time that is spent on number of activities with the aim of increasing efficiency, effectiveness, performance and productivity.

Time management does not necessarily mean that you should do more work in less time; rather it means how much of the important work you get done in the time that you have. There are a number of techniques that you can use for managing time while performing tasks within the specified intervals of time.

The steps that you can follow for achieving proper time management include writing down the tasks that you have to perform, prioritizing the list of tasks, planning your work according to your time schedule. You must always think properly before initiating with any project or work. This will greatly help you in avoiding wastage of time on unnecessary things. Find out the resources that can help you to fulfill the task in less time and more effectively.

There was a time management categorization scheme that was introduced by Stephen R. Covey for categorizing the hundreds of approaches that were used for time management from one generation to other. This categorization scheme is explained as follows:

The first generation approaches consisted of the watch and clock based reminders, which were used to alert people about the time when a task is to be done.

The second generation approaches consisted of the use of calendar and notepads for scheduling the appointments as well as planning and preparing for the work. Setting of goals was also included in this approach.

The third generation time management activities included planning and prioritizing of the tasks to have a control over them. These activities were carried out with the help of gadgets such as computers or PDA-based systems. Personal organizers and paper based objects were also used for prioritizing work activities daily.

The fourth generation time management approaches favored importance as compared to the urgency. Here, the duties that were more important were performed first instead of those that were very urgent but not important.

All you need is dedication and practice in order to master the art of time management.

Questions:

  1. Who introduced the time management categorization scheme for categorizing the hundreds of approaches that were used for time management?

    1. Stephen R. Covey
    2. Albert Einstein
    3. Graham Bell
    4. Isaac Newton
    5. None of the above

    Correct answer: a

  2. The fourth generation time management approaches were based on which of the following principle?

    1. Alarm clocks
    2. Computers and PDA based systems
    3. Appointment books and personal organizers
    4. Importance over urgency
    5. All of the above

    Correct answer: d

  3. Which of the following scheme used watch and clock based reminders for time management?

    1. First generation
    2. Second generation
    3. Third generation
    4. Fourth generation
    5. Fifth generation

    Correct answer: a

  4. Fill in the blank by choosing the most appropriate option of the following choices.

    Time management does not necessarily mean that you should do _____________?

    1. less work in less time
    2. less work in more time
    3. more work in less time
    4. more work in more time
    5. none of the above

    Correct answer: c

  5. What are the qualities required in order to master the art of time management?

    1. Dedication
    2. Practice
    3. Independence
    4. Both a and b
    5. Both b and c

    Correct answer: d

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