As much as it’s time to say goodbye to 2019, for students it’s also the time to say goodbye to their semester. For the rest of the world the end-of-the-year means planning the New Year’s eve but only students can understand the madness they battle around this time of the year with assignments that need to be submitted and exams that need to be given!
Well, we thought the poor student population could use a rescue and so this post is for all those who are having a rough time managing their university assignments while the “grown-ups” around them are planning for the New Year’s eve.
Here’s how students can save themselves from losing their minds as end-of-the-year deadlines threaten to ruin their New Year’s eve!
1. The first thing that you need to do is cut down all the distractions. So, mute all the Whatsapp groups and keep all your focus on your assignments.
2. Procrastination should be the last thing that you would want right now because it’ll only cause a delay and you’ll regret it on New Year’s eve. So, hurry up and start TYPING…
3. Make a list and prioritize all the projects accordingly. You don’t want to forget completing that one wretched assignment that forms 50% of your course’s marking structure in your hurry to party!
4. Trust us when we say you can use your foredoomed phone to increase productivity. Set alarms for all the assignments so that you don’t end up missing the deadlines.
5. Anndd for party’s sake, keep your workplace organised! Half of your time will automatically be saved when you won’t be freaking out searching for that one question paper, marker or that tiny USB.
6. Don’t worry about how to celebrate your New Year’s eve and leave that to your friends and family. It’s better to actually have time to party instead of wasting time to plan it.
7. Take a sip of warm hot chocolate to abstain from losing your calm as the phuppo in every student’s life, Turnitin, asks you to make “minor changes” in the assignment that you had just wrapped up.
Anddd tadaaa, let’s partyyyy 🎉
Do you have some more suggestions for all the students struggling with assignments as new year celebrations are in the air? Share in the comments below!