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1. Use school di­ary page or have a book to write the in­for­ma­tion about the Home Work (HW). Sub­ject, Chap­ter no, page no, due date etc can be men­tioned prop­erly. 2. Make sure to get enough in­for­ma­tion/ in­struc­tion from the teacher in do­ing the as­signed work. 3. You may han­dle the dif­fi­cult HW first as en­ergy/in­ter­est ex­hausts with pas­sage of time. 4. Feel free to clear the doubts on HW with teacher/tu­ition teacher. De­pend­able friends too will be use­ful for this. 5. Di­vide the time avail­able for var­i­ous works ac­cord­ing to the im­por­tance of the work. The due date of the work is to be con­sid­ered. 6. Neat­ness of work is as im­por­tant as the com­ple­tion. Use pa­per/chart pa­per of good qual­ity. Watch­ing a fa­vorite pro­gram on TV and do­ing HW simultaneously may not work. Do one job at a time. 7. You can in­volve your brothers/sis­ters/ par­ents in the HW if it is nec­es­sary; but that should not be a reg­u­lar habit as it will cre­ate trou­ble for oth­ers. 8. Con­tact your friends in class in times of need, but do it dili­gently. Talk­ing with them should not last for a long time and steal the work­ing time. 9. If the work needs ex­per­i­ment, do it with ded­i­ca­tion. The process of con­duct­ing ex­per­i­ments en­riches your imag­i­na­tion and cre­ativ­ity. 10. Don’t ex­change your work with the lazy ones in the class. In­stead in­spire them to do theirs on their own.

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