The process of studying is hard. There are many boring things you do need to know, but do not want to learn. Instead of torturing yourself, try to make your homework interesting. By doing so, you will not only increase the number of “A’s” in your report card, but also make the studying easier.
Make sure every detail of your surroundings is accommodating. With the beauty that suits your taste and comfort comes the right mood to work, so place things in a way they would meet both requirements.
This would probably make the process go slower, as distracting each other and chatting on non-study topics are inevitable when you are in a room with your friend. Still, if you both decide to concentrate, the work will get more productive and interesting, as you may know something new from your friend or ask him/her for explanations. You can also have competitions, like who works faster or who makes fewer spelling/grammar/etc. mistakes. Such an approach will definitely make your interest in studying rise.
If an essay is the case, write about what you like. Open your mind, start writing, and you will become more interested in completing the assignment successfully. Moreover, in the process of writing you may find something else you would like. The more interesting things you find, the more homework becomes leisure.
They say we remember things we once forgot the best. To check whether it is true or not, try testing yourself. Ask a friend to make a test based on your homework, wrong answers during lessons or school tests. This way, you will concentrate and memorize more.
It is helpful for some people to switch between subjects while completing assignments. After working a bit on science, take your time to work on history. Your brain will have settled the information in when you come back to the first subject.
Having rest is more important that most of us think. If you work on the same topic for a long time, especially if it’s an ordinary assignment in school, there is no way it becomes more interesting with time. Your brain, eyes and muscles get tired, and your productivity level decreases. Of course, it is important to relax during study breaks, but not vice versa.