When Shall I Do my Coursework?Tuesday, April 27th, 2010
Or… who can do my coursework instead?
It is not easy to make time during your week to complete all your coursework. Many students complain about how the end up working on weekends: “if I don’t do my coursework now, I fail! But, is it fair to be working every Saturday and Sunday?”. Well, occasionally, you may need to work during the weekend, but that should be the exception, not the rule.
If you feel you simply don’t have the time to complete everything you are requested, there are many possible solutions. One of them is organizing your time in a better way. If not… well, we can always find someone to help you out! Keep reading.
Time-wasters to avoid
If you tend to spend hours talking on the phone, chatting with their friends or family (or even their classmates about the coursework they were supposed to be doing) you should consider disconnecting the telephone and turning off your mobile before sitting in front of the desk for doing your homework. And, if while working on the computer, you find e-mail, video games or social sites too tempting and you loose valuable hours on them, try working without a connection. Sometimes, getting disconnected is the best way to connect yourself to the study and the responsibilities.
Take your time to rest
“Am I not supposed to do my coursework? How can I take a single minute to rest?”. Well, you should! It is important to plan a little break every once in a while. Studying ten hours straight is no good if afterwards you can’t remember a single line of what you have read or written. If you plan to “stay up all night and do my coursework”, you will end up falling asleep all over it. It is better to set realistic goals, such as studying one hour and then resting ten minutes.
Of course, you shouldn’t study two hours and then take “a little” six hours break drinking in a bar with your friends. A quarter of hour is a reasonable time for checking your e-mail, going to the toilet or preparing yourself a snack. Then you will find your energies renewed.
Try changing your timetable
Some people (the so-called “larks”) know that they function better in the daytime. If you are one of them, try waking up early and doing your coursework first thing in the morning, before your lessons. Others (the so-called “owls”) find themselves more alert and concentrated during nighttime. If that sound like you, you have the permission to stay up late working.
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