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Dealing With 2nd Grade Geometry Homework: Tips And Tricks


This short, easy-to-understand guide is not going to teach you how to do geometry. You already have the tutorials, and your teacher is there to help. This guide will hopefully help you to use your work compass effectively so that you can stay focused on completing homework exercises smartly - a few tips and tricks to help you out along the way.

Time management

You have four exercises to complete tonight. You only have 2 hours. Divide your time equally; 30 minutes on each question.

Do you have the right tools?

Make sure that you have everything that is needed to complete your work. Try not to borrow from others and make sure all instruments are sharp and not chipped.

The complete set

Make sure that your tin set is complete with all the geometric instruments. One missing tool will cost you marks.

Theory summaries

Always work through your guides, keeping them handy while you do the exercises. You will need them when you go over your work at the end.

4 Tips

  • Clean sheets of paper – Work with clean sheets and make sure that you are using sharp pencils. This ensures accurate measurements. If you need to start again, don’t throw away the first sheet. You may need to revisit the first attempt.
  • Neatness – Neat work ensures accuracy. Take your time with this. Don’t panic if you have exceeded your 30 minutes on the first exercise. You will be able to go back to it.
  • Repeat exercises – Go over your work again in the morning, applying the same principles of patience and neatness. A clear mind also helps when corrections need to be made.
  • Checking your work – Check your work alongside the assignment instructions. Use your textbook to go over areas of work you are still unsure about.

3 effective tricks

Here’s a simple reminder. You are not being taught geometry. You are being guided towards working smartly, managing available time well.

  • Good advice, not tricks – Always pay attention to what your teacher puts up on the board. Never be afraid to ask questions if you are unsure of the explanations.
  • Work smart, not hard – Before you begin your homework, always plan thoroughly. First study what needs to be done before attempting the exercises.
  • The more you put in, the more you will gain – Particularly near finals, the more time you make for work, the better your chances of acing the test.

You’ve not yet achieved an A. You need to ask yourself questions continuously and revisit all previously covered work systematically and step by step. Be patient; the results will come.


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