How Much Homework Is Too Much: Tips That Will Help You Cope With It


If you are going to college or graduate school and are taking four to five classes, you may feel overwhelmed and that you have so many tasks to perform that no human being can finish them.

How to Think About This Correctly


  1. It’s not supposed to be easy
  2. Anything that you do in life that is worthwhile is easy. It is never easy to earn a degree or make it through high school. That is why the moment of graduation is one of such extreme celebration. Everyone knows how hard you have worked for this achievement and wants to shower you with the praise you deserve for such a big accomplishment.

  3. Tell Yourself: I am Not Alone
  4. Students since the beginning of time have been taking 18 hours or more in medical schools, law schools, and to get degrees in subjects from linear geometry to medicine. You are not alone. You are simply feeling the normal pressures that accompany any academic education.

  5. Manage You Time Wisely and Accept That You Are Busy
  6. Typically, when you are in school, you are busier than you have ever been in your entire life. You’ll have less time for sleeping and entertainment that you had before. That’s just the way it has to be so that you can learn and get your work done. Period.

    Start looking into good time management strategies for students on the web and start practicing these rigorously.

  7. Break Up Your Work into Doable Portions
  8. Let’s say you have homework in math, English, and social studies. Instead of feeling overwhelmed, devote one hour apiece to each subject or more. Usually, if you give a class one hour of your time, completely and with all your attention’s focused, you can do this. Turn off your cell phone and do not get distracted. Remember, ths degree will determine your future success and, competing in today’s world is not easy. You’ll want transcripts full of good grades that showcase your hard work and drive.

    Employers will look at these trnscrips to make decisions about what kind of employee you will be as well – don’t doubt it.

  9. Start Eating Very Right
  10. Research has shown that eating complex carbohydrates is crucial to your thinking, memory, and brain processes. Make sure you are adding long lasting complex carbs to your meals such as potatoes, pastas, noodles, and rice.