It is this time of the year that every high school student wishing to be a senior and graduate. I also want to capture that moment where everybody is cheering for your progress throughout the year.
Yes, the time is here. Where are all my seniors actually juniors because seniors don’t have time to make up anything. I really hope that I’m not one of these students who does not struggle with grades in the last minutes.
What I actually do to raise my grades is that I find easy and possible ways. for instance, I Create a schedule two weeks before your next big test.
Set aside 30 minutes to an hour devoted to studying each day, or break the materials I’ll be tested on into sections and divide it accordingly.
Three days before my test, I always begin reviewing all of the material. By the time the test comes around, I won’t need to do the last minute late night cramming sesh and you can get a good night’s rest.
While trying to find my way out of mixed and challenging of work, it is best to settle down, be calm and start my work one by one.
It really helps. Not that imagine it as a helping skill but because it is a way to get involved deeply in studies.
Furthermore, I look forward working with friends, we pull out the study guide for your test and have each of you make up 10 to 20 questions. We Write on flashcards with the question on one side and the answer on the back. we mostly Quiz each other to test our knowledge.
Showing the best effort we also work no matter how long we take our time. Chances are you we will eventually improve on something.
We’ll let you in on a little secret: Your teachers really don’t want to fail you. Most of all they will offer a few extra credit chances toward the end of the year to let eager students boost their final grade. Take total advantage of any opportunity you’re given.
Giving yourself breaks for every section or chapter you study will encourage you to work quickly and thoroughly.