Use a Gantt chart to plan chunks of time to work on your assignment, making sure you factor in your other commitments.
Are you failing to progress with your writing? This enhanced freewriting technique can help you get back on track.
If you’re a procrastinator, it's important to make a start – any start – but begin early. And write actual sentences on the page.
Ten-minute bursts aren’t miracle cures for writing challenges, but they are powerful, uncomplicated tools in the writer’s armoury.
Note all your deadlines on a planner and create false deadlines to allow yourself extra time.
Spend the first hour of your day on the most crucial task.
Make sure you base your timetable on how long things actually take to do - not how long you think they take.
If you're stuck in your writing, try some freewriting to help liberate your thoughts and allow you to get on with it.
Are you researching endlessly and not getting down to your writing? Here's how to avoid that trap.
The best preparation for writing is not to prepare at all. Go for a brisk walk, then dive in.