I have many hubs for that purpose.. you may check them out if you will . Best wishes to you .
When I was in school, the people with the good grades made note cards with colorful index cards. Question on one side and answer on the other. Sparknotes.com helps, too. Good luck!
Regardless of whether or not, your post is a joke or serious, that's just poor advice and not actually funny.
Do you want to do well in school, or do you want to do good (as in good deeds) while you are at school? Learning the difference might help your grade in English class.
With all the resources freely available these days, I see no reason why anyone with internet access shouldn't be receiving excellent grades. I think the problem is this generation is using the internet too often for entertainment instead of education.
One place you might want to check out is Khan Academy. It's an online tutorial site with short quizzes to make sure you are learning the material. There are many different subjects offered, and if you have a Google account (such as Gmail) you can track your progress.
ge=reat whats the website name, and i use the computer for aducation all the time
well im on my sisters thing, i found her password she never does go on it, and she doesnt know, im 10 but its my sisters so ya
Thank you for answering my question and it explains a lot.
Funny..your sister's picture looked like she was around 10 before you changed it
I've also written a hub called "Seven Steps to Study Effectively" or something like that. That method has worked for hundreds of students.
Kid! Enjoy the summer and don't start stressing over school so early!
Man, we've got some really stressed out kids nowadays!!! Geeez!
MAN, I CANT THANK YOU ALL ENOUGH FOR THESE IDEAS THANK YOU AND IF I GET ALL A'S OR CLOSE TO THAT, IM GOING TO WRITE TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU THAT GIVE ME GOOD INFO , MWA THANK YOU
Make a recording of the notes you need for the test and listen to yourself repeating the content.
there are websites that offer free tutoring like tutor.com and you can ask guidance counselor for peer tutoring after school.
otherwise,stop partying and buckle down..
That's exactly what I did,
I looked around for studying tips and ways to get all A's. DEFFINATLEY make sure to ask your smart or determined friends what they do to keep their GPA high. Advice from piers is 100x better then online resources (In my opinion!)
Most of all, don't stress it! That's school time stuff worry about it a little closer to the school year,
Hope I helped
Sit in the front.
Statistically you will have higher grades just by sitting up front.
I am impressed big time! We have a 10 year old who can actually spell and communicate. Wow!
Study hard and take notes. Memorize the correct answers to the questions that will be asked on a test.
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