How To Do My Day Homework: A List Of Suggestions

Doing your homework always feels like such a mammoth task. You either don’t have the time or the mood. Other times, you might not understand the assignment, or find the appropriate sources. God forbid if the assignment asks you to conduct research. Thus, when it comes to homework, you need a helping hand. Look at this list of suggestions for a start:

How to do your day homework: a list of suggestions

  • Understand your assignments: Know what they ask of you. Do you have to conduct research on whether college students like their dorms? Do you need to write a detailed account of the working of a local factory? Do you have to compare two works by the same author? Every assignment is unique and asks for a very particular thing. One way to determine this to read that much-ignored section titled ‘What you will learn’. You will then know what you are required to do.
  • Make a checklist: List all your tasks in a simple list before you go to sleep at night. This will prevent last minute rushes.
  • Prioritize: Is there a task that requires more time and work than the others? Do it first. Learn to categorize your tasks in order of time and work required, and the percentage of your final grade that it makes up. Thus, an assignment that requires two weeks worth of time and will contribute towards 40% of your final grade will take precedence over one that gives you a month’s time but only makes up for 15%.
  • Homework doesn’t need to be completed only at home: Have a free class coming up? Go to the library and check out some books. Use the computer and take out a list of sources to verify. Utilize the facilities available in school to aid your efforts. Why go anywhere else when you have resources for free?
  • Create a comfortable work environment: If you work better with music, put a soothing song on. If TV distracts you, turn it off or find a quiet corner. Make sure you have the right lighting and a suitable temperature when you work, so you can concentrate for long periods without getting distracted.
  • Don’t overwork yourself: You are only a human being, and you are bound to get tired. Take breaks; play with your dog; go out with friends: a tired mind will never be half as productive as a fresh, rejuvenated one.

Study regularly.

Do not try and rush through your work in one day. Instead make a specific time as your “homework time” and make it the same time each day.

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