Tip One: Quiet Works Faster
Although I love background noise when writing—as I write alone and the tv keeps me company sometimes, you’ll notice if you find a quiet place you’ll get your work done more quickly. Quiet enables you to get into the zone and get it done every time.
Tip Two: Hard First or Easy First – Find out Which Works for You
Sometimes doing the easy work first gives you that jump start you need to tackle the harder problems. For example, let’s say you have some easy math to do and some hard astronomy as well. Get the math out of the way first, and then that added motivation to get it all done might kick in and help you to tackle the hard problems. Plus, then you can spend some research time trying to find the more difficult problem answers as well, or to seek out some helpful homework assistants online.
Tip Three: There’s Nothing Wrong with Tutors and Homework Helpers
I fully advocate making the most of help online if it will help you to succeed in the subjects that are in you’re major area. Some classes are electives that have nothing to do with your major, and, honestly, if you’re never going to use “Greek History from the Roman Conquest to the Present” why not get a history specialist to do some of this busywork for you, right? Sometimes, homework helpers and online freelancers can help you to not only succeed but get through your degree more quickly. You may have to pay for them, but if hiring someone will help you get straight As while racking up 18 more credit hours toward your actuarial science degree that will enable you to make around $180,000 a year, why not? There are all kinds of freelancers and writers online that can help you with papers or merely assist you in completing homework assignments as well.
Tip Four: Use Google to Knock Out the Harder Problems you Have
Today, you can literally put a math equation into Google and get help with that equation or one highly similar. If Google doesn’t have your exact problem and it’s linear equation word problem for example, Google “linear equation word problems” and get help that way.
Tip Five: Split Up Busy Work with a Friend
If you have a lot of busy work, work with a friend and divide up the work into doable chunks and share your answers. You may have to tweak them a bit for originality –but why not?