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That way sounds to work....unless you're like me and get sidetracked even if you start your work before anything else. It's why I had to start and complete an entire piece of coursework one day before it was due in (hence my thread in the sub-talk section).
I've been looking for ways to motivate yourself as well. I keep doing things at the last minute, but I can't do that with a piece of course work I have at the moment, otehrwise I'll have no time to do all of it.
I would give advice, but I'm not very consistant myself. I average 70s in most of my classes, only because I do poorly on practically every other exam. last marking period, in US for example. I had two 80s, one 90 and two failing marks.
It's hard becoming motivated. When ever I was successful in my studies I'd used Malficius's method, completing work before leisure.