It should be impossible.
To successfully accomplish the POW, you must find a nonce (i.e. a random number) to append to the transaction data so that the hash of the whole data (transaction data + nonce) ends with at least N zero trits (the hash in trytes will end with '9' tryte) (N=14 on main net).
The hash function is designed in such a way that it is a one-way-function: you cannot deduce the input from the output. Or more generally, you cannot deduce input-requirements based on output-requirements (output-requirement = ending with 14 '9' tryte).
So the only way to accomplish the POW is to try different nonce until you find a suitable one. If you are (very very) lucky, your first attempt can be successful and you do the POW in no time. If you are unlucky, it can take ages before finding a valid nonce. But it the end the average time to find a suitable nonce should remains more or less the same.