Some students 'enjoy' the thrill of doing assignments as they remember to do them. Spontaneity can be fun, but during high school this particular 'strategy' is not only likely to cause stress but will also prevent students from having enough time to hand in a quality assessment.
Planning assignments can be done in a variety of ways. Students can use dairies, word documents, set up challenges with friends to keep accountable and so on. To see how to manually plan your assignments check out this post. However, if you would like a digital method of planning and tracking your progress, check out the free (or paid) online planning tool pacemaker.
Pacemaker will allow you to keep track of your assignments, calculate how many words you need to write each day and updates the per day word count as you work towards completing your task. If you're struggling to keep track of your assessments, or would like an easier way to track your assessments, pacemaker can become your best friend in the planning world.
The HSC is an especially challenging year - a year with the expectation of a lot of motivation. If you're struggling to keep up with assignments, or need help achieving your goal ATAR we run Success Classes. HSC Success Classes have a maximum of 6 students and allows you to have up to 10 hours each week to study, learn, improve, stay motivated and receive positive encouragement and support from students who achieved top ATAR's in recent years. Located in Neutral Bay. More information can be found here.
Early bird prices end August 20th.