I am not on campus but I would suggest you to get your work done in the library where you are free from distractions
The best place to do your work is right in the comfort of your own home where you are comfortable and could work at your own pace with little to n disturbances.
Beings that my schooling is online the best place for me to get my work done is in my room or in the living room. I study whether there is noise or no noise. Everyone has their proference of how they study and where the best place is for them to study. Some need complete silence and some need a little noise, which you will figure out which is best for you when you start studying. If you get distracted easy then a quiet place would be best.
Since I am going to college online, the best place to get my work done is in my bedroom where my computer is. My bedroom is the most quiet place in my home. I think that it is best to find a quiet area in your home or library so that you can concentrate on successfully completing your class assignments.
The best place to compelete your work is in the environment you are at your best; relax, comfortable, etc. If you are the type who can work with everything around you at its crazy-ness then anywhere is fine. However, if you are the type who can learn better in a quite room, your bedroom with the door close is the best place for you. Its your choice, its on your own rules.
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