Useful Hints On How To Get Homework Done Fast And Efficiently
Are you feeling like you’ve got so much homework piling up in your brain that you can think of nothing else and mathematical equations and little known facts about French agriculture will soon be pouring out of your ears? Well, we’ve all been there- but there are some easy ways to make everything go a lot more swimmingly. Here are my ideas to help you be efficient and speedy!
- - You need a schedule. I know you’ve heard it a thousand times, but you really need a schedule! Not only that, but the more time you spend making a timetable that suits you, the easier everything else will become.
- - If you have assignments from various subjects, you should first put them in order of priority. Work out how long you will need for each one and which you should do first. Create a study pattern that you know you can stick to and which you won’t be distracted from. If you have Spanish and Algebra homework to complete, and you’re much better at the former than the latter, then timetable more time for Algebra.
- - You should also timetable in the subject you’re having most difficulty with at a time when you’re at your most focused. For instance, if you know you’re sharpest in the mornings, then schedule your Algebra for Saturday morning. The more you have a specific fixed schedule in place, the more efficient you will be.
- - It’s not just your time that needs organizing. To be really homework smart, you will have made check lists of things to do and things you need before you even sit down to tackle your assignments. This means having all the right books and sources required, having done the necessary research (which should be timetabled) and all the tools you need to satisfactorily do your homework.
- - Sometimes, giving yourself a reward can be a great way to get stuff done! Let’s say you decide to give yourself a chocolate donut once you’ve completed the first section of your Algebra. If you have a fondness for chocolate donuts, you’ll find that this incentive really speeds up the working process! Having something to look forward to also makes the process of doing a difficult task a lot easier. Though beware! You must be cautious with this plan of action- what you don’t want to do is spend all that homework time thinking about that donut and rushing things because of it. That’s not the idea at all! Work hard and reward yourself is my message!