# What Can I Do if my Homework is Due Tomorrow?

**You’re Not Alone**

You look at the clock and it is 5 p.m. and you haven’t even begun the forty calculus problems that are due tomorrow. What do you do? There are all kinds of ways you could tackle this dilemma. First, though, know that there are about a million students in your same boat right now, wondering how they can get, perhaps, 80 problems done that they’ve been putting off the entire week. Here are some helpful things that you can try.

**First, Call a Friend from Class **

Do you have a friend from class who might want to get together with you for a “knock out this homework fast” kind of session. You could divide the problems up into 20 for you and 20 for them and share some answers. You might even have them tackle all the even ones and you the odd ones to break up the similarities. Of course, you’ll have to put the work into your own handwriting, but, heck – you can do that later while you watch The Big Bang Theory.

**Hire a Homework Helper **

There are freelancers and homework helpers online 24 hours a day who can either help you with difficult problems or simply do them for you for a fee. Some of these sites are tutoring sites and some are free, while some homework helpers work for a fee. You’ll want to leave time for this option and time for you to find the perfect helper or freelancer for you. If it’s calculus homework, for example, who better to seek out than a math masters or doctoral student? They’ll sail through your Calculus one homework with ease and can, perhaps, explain it to you in a way that you can understand more easily than your professor’s explanations.

**Knock Out the Easy Problems First and Then Google the Hard Ones**

Knocking out the easy problems first is a great idea because you’ll gain confidence solving these to tackle the more difficult problems. What you can do at that point is one of several things. You could call the class genius in that subject to help you through the three or four you are having problems with, or you could Google the problem and see if some other student has conquered it and is sharing their answers or try YouTube videos on like problems.