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Rothblum's 1984 study, more students (46%) procrastinated on writing papers than any other academic activity.
However, just as many taxpayers have procrastinated and are now faced with a fast-approaching deadline.
He had been meaning to plant grass but hadn't gotten around to it, he said, noting he's glad he procrastinated.
If computer users haven't yet found a competent Y2K fix for their computers or if they have procrastinated in repairing their PCs, IntelliFIX 2000 Version 6.
If you're like many Americans, you have procrastinated about as long as you can, and you're now ready to sit down with your pile of forms and receipts and tackle your income taxes.
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 8, 1999--If you're like many Americans, you have procrastinated about as long as you can, and you're now ready to sit down with your pile of forms and receipts, and tackle your income taxes.
Anyway, for those who have procrastinated, here are some last-minute possibilities.
It helps, she says, to allot about two months to get ready, but don't let the fact you've procrastinated stop you.