I have never been on the honor roll, and I need advice on
how to get better grades. I study about 15 minutes a day. What more should I
The new school year is just starting, so how about hitting
the books for more than that quick quarter hour? After school every day, set
yourself up in a quiet well-lighted place and plow through your work, subject
by subject. Take mini breaks for rejuvenate, but not mega ones. Instead of
passively reading textbooks, grab a pencil and underline key sentences or take
notes. That way, you’ll be studying actively so the information has a better
chance of sinking into your brain—and staying there.
Can your mother or father help you prepare for you
vocabulary or spelling tests? Perhaps Dad could read off the words for you to
define or spell. Don’t let yourself get behind, seek help from teachers when
you need it and shine in at least one subject. You really can become a better
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BY CAROL WESTON ON 9/22/2011 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN studying secrets, grades, boost your grades, get all A's this year, back to school, have the best school year ever