Doing homework until the last two minutes of the ballgame, so to speak, is all but a familiar scene in schools. It’s either students are getting lazier or that study juices kick inn under time pressure due to deadlines. Whatever the reasons are, you should do your homework as early as you can, if you’re having difficulties, get a tutor to help you understand and ultimately answer your homework.
If you’re still pressed on doing your homework minutes before you’re supposed to submit them, consider the following consequences.
Answers will be incomplete
You will not be able to answer all the questions because of the limited time you gave yourself for answering your homework. You’re lucky if you will be able to answer 75% of your homework because the average is 50% and half of that are wrong or misplaced answers.
Answers will be wrong
Cramming until the last minute will lead you to just putting the wrong answers without realizing. Or you might know the right answer but misplace them in the wrong question. This is the part where the teacher will immediately notice that you just did the homework after the bell rang because the answers are wrong and are completely unrelated to the questions.
You’ll end up with a C to an F
And these are never good grades, unless you’re aiming for them. Incomplete and wrong answers to your homework will only give you failing grades. Your homework might have deserved a B- because you were able to answer a couple of questions correctly, but your teacher might give you an F because she judged that you did it just as she entered the classroom.