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How to concentrate on school work.?

I posted this in the education section..but i want to give it a shot here as well I get easily distracted...mainly from the internet and television. im sick of last minute-ing my homework and staying up late. I want to get things done earlier. any tips to keep my hands off technology and sit down until i finish all my work? and im in year 10 so the workload just keeps increasing!

Asked By: Curious. - 4/5/2011
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Try doing A levels, the work is much more than in year 10... More
Answered By: Chezumss㊍ - 4/5/2011
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Yesterday, instead of watching my tv show at 4:30, I made myself record it and said I could watch it when I finished my bigger load of homework than usual. Rewards really do help.
Answered By: ⓜⓐⓡⓨ - 4/5/2011
 
i hav a similar problem. i normally try to turn off my interent connection, and then my phone so i don't get so distracted. once i've started on homework and i get into a rythm, i can keep going. it's teh getting started into a routine that's the hardest. good luck, hope i helped :) x
Answered By: Blackie4eva - 4/5/2011
 
Put all ove your electronics in a bin turned off at the other end of the house. I know you can't do this waith a tv, so try to go into a room that doesn't have one. If you give yourself little rewards after a certain amount of progress, that should help too. Best of luck :)
Answered By: Cat in the hat - 4/5/2011
 
Try to do it in school. Make life simple for yourself! School is dumb
Answered By: Michael Smoove - 4/5/2011
 
The definition of maturity is delaying gratification. Just put it off and don't obsess. If you text or FB too often, it makes you look desperate (I say this 'cos I have friends your age and I always see their status saying: Inbox me! text me!' and I just think it's kind of pathetic... More
Answered By: Samantha Munt - 4/5/2011
 
ummm why dont you do this, i did this to help me study wheni was younger its called "Doors to Rewards... More
Answered By: muscasa - 4/5/2011
 
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