I thought I answered this, sorry all!
Thanks for answering my question
and as for tips.. I've been doing my courses as if these were events that I would actually be hired for. It may make it a little more difficult because more time and effort goes into finding the best venues and vendors but in the end you have a good knowledge of the people you would like to work with.
I also noticed not a lot of people want to help you if you write to them asking for a quote for your homework, I made a email for my school work and I've been pretending to have weddings and etc to have companies answer me.
When you give descriptions to what you're planning try to be as elaborate as you can, it goes a long way in helping you visualize everything and your tutor as well.
uhmm... That's all that I can think of right now, I've completed Event Decor, Event and Wedding planning and I am on the last assignment now for the Luxury event and wedding planning. All of my assignments have been graded within the week of submitting, one was even a day after (which was on a weekend) that I got my grade.