One of the best ways to make sure that you get your homework done is to create an effective homework schedule to follow and use. A homework schedule will give you the ability to complete your assignments on time and when it is the most productive. You want to make sure that you complete your assignments when you can be your most productive. Here are some ideas that will help you develop a schedule that will be the best for you and your other responsibilities.
Most students have a bunch of other things that they do. Some have band or chorus practice. Others play sports. Some have family responsibilities. Therefore, it isn’t always easy to find the same time every day to do your homework. However, it is a good idea to find a time that is pretty consistent to do your homework. Maybe you can do it right when you get home from school.
You want to not feel rushed when you are doing your work. There may be times when you are and you may not be able to change that, but if you can choose a time when you have a larger block of availability, I would choose that time slot for your studies.
If you have to do your homework in the kitchen or another common area, you may want to ensure that you do your homework during a quiet time. Choosing to do your homework while your sister practice the trombone, your baby sister is eating dinner, your dad is cooking dinner, and your brother is vacuuming the living room is probably not the best time to choose either.
Sometimes you may need help with an assignment. If you choose to do your homework when you mom is in the middle of five million things, you may find that you can’t get the help that you need. Try to do it when she isn’t so busy and ask her to make herself available for you so that if you have any questions, you have her to support you.
Make sure to keep an assignment notebook as well. That way you can write down all of your assignments and you can write down bigger projects due in the future so you can work on them little by little instead of rushing last minute.