If you have a system for finishing first drafts that works well for you, then ignore this.
Or if your goal is get to 50,000 words and you know that's all you really want, then ignore this. (And keep writing until you get there, and then be proud that you made it!)
But, if you are thinking you want to do somethingwith your novel after November, likeedit it, then try, try, try to get to the end of your first draft--if not by November 30th, then commit to continuing to write every day until you finish (even if at a lesser word goal per day.) It's much harder to pick up a half-finished, or even mostly-finished novel months later than it is to keep plugging away, day by day, until you reach the end. Right now you have a lot of thoughts in your head about your novel, the more of them you write down, the more complete your novel will be.
Also, think about pushing through to the end as quickly as possible.
If needed, cut a few scenes down to the minimum. You may find that a summary of a non-critical scene builds the tension and makes your crisis scene more powerful. Be leary of adding additional scenes before your climax. Does your book actually need them, or are you just getting nervous about tackling the climax and ending? Push through. It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to get done.
Don't skip on the turning point, or on the final scene. Write them as long and full of glorious sensory detail as you can manage. It's writing a full ending that makes the editing so much easier, because then, whether you're a panster or a plotter, you know where your story is going, and can later go back and make the beginning and middle fit that glorious ending. (And yes, you can go back and make a better ending, but it's so much easier if you first have SOME ending.)
Ifyou have gotten to 'the end' and still have writing time left in November, then go back and flesh out a few scenes. Add the senses of smell, touch, and/or hearing to scenes. Check the beginning of each scene/chapter and add a bit of location details. Or if you have a lot of description--have a character wander into the middle of that prose and have a conversation with your main character to break up the description and move things along.
Use the habits you've been working on all month to add words to your novel, it usuallymakes the editing easier.