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How to do math homework

by Oliver Maurice Essay Writing
Homework can help you process what you’ve covered in class and prepare you for exams. That’s great, but it’s still not always fun! To finish your homework as quickly as possible, you'll need to prepare by establishing good organization, focusing once you sit down to study, and asking for help when needed. If you work efficiently, you'll be done fast and learn a thing or two in the process.
Write down assignments immediately. You may want to get a special agenda book for this purpose, but in a pinch, a small notebook or the Notes feature on your phone can work. Check this before you leave school every day so that you bring everything you need home with you. If you’re not sure what problem sets you’re supposed to do, or you left your worksheet in the cafeteria, then you’ll waste valuable time trying to figure out what you’re supposed to do.
Make a cheat sheet. No, you won't be using it unfairly in exams: a cheat sheet is a piece of paper with your most important notes on it. You'll want to record key ideas, theorems, and formulas on it, as well as any notes or diagrams you find particularly helpful. Make a new cheat sheet for every new unit, and update it at the end of class (or soon after) if you've learned new things that day.
Keep your folder, backpack, and locker tidy. This will make it easier to find your assignments, and will help make sure that you hand them in looking good rather than crumpled up. Also, it will keep you from getting distracted by mess when you should be studying instead.
Set up a solid workspace. Gather everything you need, then pick a spot to do math homework. Ideally, you’ll want a solid surface (like a table, desk, or hardwood floor) to write on, and a comfortable seat. Check the lights, too. You won’t be able to do your best if you can’t see the numbers.

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