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5 Reasons Why I Hate Homework

Here comes the ugly truth: I’m a nerd, geek, and techie. I’ve always been interested in math, science, and economics. I get high scores in tests, I can teach kids and explain the most complicated equation, and I can spend the whole life speaking about Elon Musk, doing science experiments, or hitting the books without a doubt.

But there’s one thing I want to confess: I hate homework.

Yes, I have been always taught that doing out-of-class activities help to obtain in-depth knowledge, improve skills, and practice theoretical material. I know that homework plays a key role in the educational process, but I don’t like it.

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How to Get Motivated to Do Homework: 13 Tips and Tricks

College life is the best period in personal life when most people obtain vital skills, acquire knowledge, decide on a career path, meet new friends, or even find a soulmate. Students spend a considerable amount of time in college: attend lectures, learn subjects, write an academic paper, work on projects, etc. Moreover, students have to work on out-of-class activities and teachers assign too much homework which has negative effects. Today, spending an hour isn’t enough to complete homework assignments, so most children are pressed for time to spend it with friends and family. They can’t keep a study-life balance, so many students lack the motivation to do their homework. All in all, it seems to be a closed circle: Procrastinating on assignments, they have to spend a lot of time to get ready for homework and do it on a good level.

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