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Hi! I feel as if the structure of school really held me together and I'm only now realizing that now... I've been really struggling to keep up with homework that teachers have been giving. I was wondering if anyone had advice to give me :v I realise that this question is very subjective but I really can't seem to get everything the teachers assign us done in such a short amount of time. How has everyone been keeping up with work? Especially starting year 11, It's been a really difficult transition.

Thanks :) Any help would be appreciated.
 

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I've been using lesrn.com.au, heard of it from a mate.
They haven't got a lot of courses up there as yet but I heard that the tutors are really good. And I like that i can learn ahead lol
 

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Hi! I feel as if the structure of school really held me together and I'm only now realizing that now... I've been really struggling to keep up with homework that teachers have been giving. I was wondering if anyone had advice to give me :v I realise that this question is very subjective but I really can't seem to get everything the teachers assign us done in such a short amount of time. How has everyone been keeping up with work? Especially starting year 11, It's been a really difficult transition.

Thanks :) Any help would be appreciated.
I agree, online learning is just not the same as school. I'm currently in year 12 (rip) so I can offer some insight for studying in yr 11.

Year 11 is a great time to experiment with studying techniques and figuring out your motivation. Your perspective on your subjects can change as you learn more content.

It would be more difficult to adjust with this situation happening on top of starting senior high school. A general type of advice is to have a flexible routine, adjust it to your goals and plan breaks (very important) so it won't be overwhelming. If you need motivation on completing homework, break it into smaller steps (if it's a large task) and write it as a checklist. The task will seem more achievable and small checkmarks add to a sense of accomplishment.

It did take me more than a year to realise what strategies would work for my own study and yours can be unique to your study, so be patient and work towards your goals.
 

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I agree, online learning is just not the same as school. I'm currently in year 12 (rip) so I can offer some insight for studying in yr 11.

Year 11 is a great time to experiment with studying techniques and figuring out your motivation. Your perspective on your subjects can change as you learn more content.

It would be more difficult to adjust with this situation happening on top of starting senior high school. A general type of advice is to have a flexible routine, adjust it to your goals and plan breaks (very important) so it won't be overwhelming. If you need motivation on completing homework, break it into smaller steps (if it's a large task) and write it as a checklist. The task will seem more achievable and small checkmarks add to a sense of accomplishment.

It did take me more than a year to realise what strategies would work for my own study and yours can be unique to your study, so be patient and work towards your goals.
just wondering how was economics during year 11? Did you make study notes?
 

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Recreating your school day is the easiest solution to this, there's no other easier method. Get up at proper times, work for 6-7 hrs, then do what you need to do.
 

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I agree with Accurate, recreating the school day is the best way to stay somewhat on top of your work. For example, i have sport once a week (compulsory for years 7-11) and it runs for 2 hours, so on that day i only have 3 periods. So, that means that i have 2 hrs + 1 hr lunch to JUST CHILLLL at home at the comfort of my bed and pjs! (or catch up on work/do homework to not fall behind)
 

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