This document from Queens University explores some of the issues graduate students may face when reading for grad school. The article looks at speed, comprehension, critical reading, retention/recall, volume of materials to read, focus & concentration, and stress reduction.
Someone once said that time-management is a grad student's best friend. As a grad student you may be juggling many things: studies, research, possibly teaching, family, and setting aside time to yourself. This requires finding effective tools for managing your time. Below, you will find links to help you build upon these tools.
Do you have problems putting things off? Are you so worried about the quality of your work that you don't submit it? It is often said that procrastination in grad school is different from procrastination in undergrad. Below you will find links to videos and articles that deal specifically with the type of procrastination graduate students face.