Improving your writing: Homework Help
This is by far one of the best things you can do to improve your writing skills, and it helps every aspect of your life, including the quality of your assignments. Besides the fact that it improves your vocabulary, making it bigger and more elevated, it also improves your way of expressing certain ideas, you get new perspectives that you can share with others and that you can present in your assignments to your teacher. Why make the homework correct and plain, just like everybody else, when you can make it correct and unique by adding a new and fresh idea to it? That might change the concept radically in a good way. And this new view that you will get into your writing will improve your life in general, and it will teach you how to see things in a new way, to add something original and "spicy" to the same boring concepts.
So make sure that you take your free time seriously, and don't waste it all on relaxation. Some fun is good, you have to take your mind off things sometimes, but the brain is like a muscle, and what better way to work out than reading?
It's not about writing assignments only. Try to write things in general, things that cross your mind every day, ideas that you want to share with the world one day, or maybe keep them for yourself, who knows. You will see that you will get a much better and more interesting way of expressing yourself with a little practice, and after a while, you will probably love it so much, that you will do it even after you finish the university and you have finished your daily assignments.
This is one of the worst things people do these days. They rush into everything, from relationships to making their assignments. Take your time and do it right, don't just try to solve it as quickly as possible. If you take that extra time to maybe correct an idea, or put the same idea in a new and improved manner, you will get a much better result. You will analyze the end result and you will see that it looks extraordinary.
Try this: Make that paper like you always do it, finish it, and keep it. Then make a new one, on the same topic, but this time, take your time and improve that writing, think about new concepts that you can implement, new ways to tell the same story, add a new perspective to the idea, and then ask the teacher which one he thinks is best. He will probably tell you that both are correct and that both are eligible for you to pass, but the last one has that special unique feature that makes it stand out, that shows how much you have worked and how much you have improved your writing skills.