Despite our best intentions, and our willingness to put time into doing our homework, sometimes things just get ahead of us, and we find that we have a limited time to do a lot of work. But, this is not necessarily a bad thing; in many instances, having too much time to complete a task can be just as troublesome as having too little! Here’s how to maximize efficiency.
Work Out What is Essential
Sometimes we can get a huge, even overwhelming amount of homework. But, not all of this is likely to be essential. It might be, for example, that what we are being asked to learn is a particular mathematical principle. Well, we would not need to answer every question, just to learn the principle, answer a few questions, and be confident that if called upon, you can apply.
Plan Your Approach
When you have decided what MUST be done, decide how you can go about it. You may have 4 kinds of Math homework, or a mixture of Math and English, Science and Languages. Organize them to maximize the effectiveness of your approach. For example, work on one science/math, then one English, so as to avoid the possibility of getting fed up. Variety is the key