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05/09/2017

Advice on How to Start Dealing with Procrastination

Procrastination, we're all guilty of it. Leaving work to right before it's due is quite common for students. The problem with this is that it becomes a bad habit that is hard to break. Before we know it, we become more and more comfortable with leaving things to the last minute and start to miss deadlines. This not only leads to low grades, it can also lead to a lack of quality work. The following advice can help students learn to get started on their assignments right away instead of waiting to get work done.

Learn to Get Started Right Away

Students have a tendency to wait instead of getting started right away on important assignments. If there is a test on Thursday and a project due on Friday, what most students do is to start studying on Wednesday night and get started on the project on Thursday afternoon. Instead, teach your child to start studying the minute that they know about the test and have them get started on the project the second that you find out about it. That doesn't mean they will be able to complete all the work that same day, but it does mean they need to get started right away. Have them do as much as they can as soon as they can, then divide the work that is left into smaller sections. Using the previous example, if your child has to study and work on a project, make sure they section out 25 minutes of studying and 35 minutes of working on the project every day until each is complete.

Decrease Procrastination and Improve Academic Success with Tutoring in Dubai UAE

Tutoring helps students learn the study skills they need to enhance their learning and school performance. At The Tutoring Center, Dubai UAE (The Sustainable City), they can help students learn to eliminate procrastination and build better learning habits. Contact them right now at (+971) 04 558 6211 to learn more.

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