Here are some helpful tips to keep a handle on your geometry homework:
Tearing your hair out while looking at your geometry homework will not help get it done. Your best bet is to remain calm, if you feel yourself getting frustrated then get up and run around the house or find a friend to throw a ball back and forth for a little while. Allowing yourself to lose control will only raise your emotional levels and keep your mind from thinking. Stay calm, if you have not found the answer in less than half an hour then move on to the next problem and come back to the ones you skip later.
Listening to Mozart can prove very beneficial. Proper music can stimulate the brain and open up the thinking passages for some clear, productive thought. Mozart has been universally acknowledged as the key composer in helping with homework. You do not need to have his music blaring beside you, just set it at loud enough to act as a filter to other, distracting background noises.
Geometry problems can prove difficult at times but the key to understanding them is reviewing previous data. Go over proofs and theorems, examples provided by the book, in order to make heads or tails of your homework. Sometimes all the mind needs is a little reviewing in order to get started.
If you are having difficulty in doing your geometry problems then pick up your book. Read through the chapter or lesson from where your problems are from and see if that will help you find where you are having trouble. Sometimes all that is needed is a quick check to reassure yourself of what the chapter is about and then you can move onto completing your homework.
Should you not understand your homework or the chapter it is from then go back the previous chapter. Review the material until you understand and then go to the current chapter to see if that helps clear the atmosphere of confusion. You may find that by reading the previous chapter again you are now able to understand the next chapter much better, and thus get on with your homework.