My Homework Is Too Hard
Make a list of everything you need to do, and work your way through, starting with the most difficult assignments.
Focus on your homework and tune out distractions, and you’ll get through things more efficiently.
“Minerals have crystal systems which are defined by the # of axis and the length of the axis that intersect the crystal faces.” That’s how the notes start, and they only get murkier after that.
When I ask Esmee what this actually means, she gives me her homework credo.
I can maximize my homework efficiency, so I don’t linger on my assignments the way I would as a freshman in high school.
High school throws a lot of information your way that you aren’t going to remember.
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Don't try to cram everything in at the last minute. On the first day of studying, simply take the time to reread your notes.
A year and a half ago, I was fully immersed in the routine of being a high-school junior.
Junior year is the most difficult year of high school, and with college brochures and PSAT results flooding my doorstep and e-mail inbox, I became increasingly aware of the role that my current grades would play in my near future. My friends and I realized we didn’t have to do everything assigned to us in order to succeed in high school.
We found shortcuts and we minimized our efforts in order to get the grades we wanted. Math homework at my school is often graded on completion.