Whether a student likes it or not homework is here to stay and this is particularly true when it comes to mathematics. The higher up the academic ladder you go, the more complex and diverse is the study of mathematics. Any student interested in the sciences and particularly in medicine and engineering will know mathematics is an integral part of their curriculum. So getting homework assignments on some or all aspects of mathematics is a natural part of their education. Get used to it.
So once you accept that you're going to have to do your mathematics homework, what are some techniques or steps you can take to become more successful? Here are some suggestions.
It's really important as you study maths that you understand any area or areas of weakness you may have. Sweeping under the carpet a problem you have with your maths homework is never a good idea. Find out what you don't understand or can't tackle and then look for ways to fix the problem.
If you can find a tutor to help with your maths homework, good for you. It's fairly easy to find a good tutor if you are prepared to pay and less easy if you want the service for nothing. But having a reliable and knowledgeable tutor to whom you can refer any problems can be confidence building as well as helping with your assignments.
If you are doing your maths homework in a noisy, crowded and often interrupted environment, you're asking for trouble. Get the furniture, lighting and the atmosphere right so that you can work without interruption.
It's a good idea to talk to students in their senior years of high school or further up the ladder than you are at college who have tackled maths homework assignments. Ask them about the standard of work being required. Ask them for any tips they think would help when it comes to you doing your homework.
There is a huge world of help for maths homework online. There are free and there are fee-paying websites. If nothing else it is worth investigating what is available. Once you know the area of weakness in your maths homework you are in a much better position to consider the type of help available.