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Homework Tips for Students

1. Pick a good time to do homework. 
homework tips
Try to do your homework at the same time everyday--right after school, just before dinner, or right after dinner. Try not to leave homework until just before you have to go to bed. 

2. Find a place that makes studying easy. 

Collect up all the books and supplies youll need (and your snack) before you begin to work. Do your homework in the same place every day. 

3. Spend more time on hard homework than easy homework. 

If you know whats easy and what's hard, do the hard work first. Take a short break if you are having trouble keeping your mind on an assignment. 

4. If homework gets too hard, ask for help. 

If your parents are busy and you have an older brother or sister, ask them for help, or get your parents to ask them. Only ask for help if you really need it. 

5. Remember to make time for long-term projects. 

Think about using a weekend morning or afternoon for working on big projects, especially if the project involves getting together with classmates. If you need special stuff for a project, make sure to tell your parents to get it for you well in advance.

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