You have no time for other stuff
When you study programming, it’s almost certain you’ll lock yourself up in your room with your computer. You will spend the whole day in front of the monitor typing away codes after codes. You will get through the day without pee breaks or meals or even a shower. Yikes.
That because you simply have no time for other things because of your homework.
Many students despise this kind of lifestyle. Well, anybody would hate to be caveman in his or her own house.
PHP may be one of the easiest languages to learn, but professors have a way of making simple things complicated. In addition, you’re a newbie, meaning everything is new to you. You can’t possibly get it right the first try. Or the second. Or the third. The fourth. The fifth, and so on.
Some students find themselves in endless agony because of their homework. Thus, they spend the whole day trying to do it, leaving other less important stuff undone. And with ‘less important stuff,’ we mean their friends and family.
You are too tired
Studying demands not only your intellectual prowess but also your physical exertion. The school sometimes requires you to take many extra-curricular activities. And these activities also demand your skill, energy, time, and attention.
Therefore, when the day is over and the sun has set, you’re too drained out of life that you cannot turn on the computer and do your homework. The next day, you cram around and rush and type and agonize yourself—all because of your unfinished PHP homework. That is really, really bad for you.
For one, you will be stressed and burnt out, making you easily irritated and annoyed. You will think time’s always slipping from your grasps. Time is indeed short, and it’s nobody’s dreams to spend it always rushing. Well, we can save you and your time.
You love other programming languages too much
Other people say that learning a new programming language can be more fun and easier if you already have a background in other languages. Well, that’s true. However, some learners find learning PHP unexciting or dull because they’ve been hooked with other languages too much.
When you’re in love with a programming language, you think of it as your base-language. We mean that it’s your benchmark or standard. If you try to learn a new language and that language is better, you won’t notice that. Simply because the amusement and excitement you experienced in another language are unforgettable.
It may sound over-the-top, but it’s true. It’s as true as the fact that you need some help with your homework.
You want to do some other stuff
Being a programmer doesn’t always mean being a nerdy geek who faces the monitor for ten thousand years. We know you also want to do some other stuff. We also know that you cannot do them without risking a failing grade.
Most of the time, you will find coding and programming exciting at first. You’re working with symbols like the Barthes. You’re practicing logical thinking like Sherlock Holmes. But that amusement will get weaker and weaker when you’re bombarded with tons and tons of homework on a daily basis. Soon enough, you’ll be asking the heavens and everything that’s holy for some help.
You don’t have to do these stuff alone. We offer a helping hand for your most stroking fears (i.e. not finishing your homework on time or receiving a failed grade).