Simple Rules to Improve your grades

Simple Rules to Improve your grades

 

Improving you grads is not hard, but must be able to follow some simple rules.  You have to learn how to manage your time, organize your work, prioritize your assignments and quickly handle problems.  All of these skills will help you to improve your success in school.

Realize that your attitude makes a difference

By approaching all your schoolwork or any thing you want in life with a positive attitude will get you higher than you think you can.  First you have to believe that you can do better.

Do your homework or assignment on time.

Most of the students study when there is a test or quiz coming up!  Instead try not to fall behind when you have homework and assignments.  If you keep up your homework daily you will know if there is something you don’t know and can get help right way.  Also it will enable you to practice well in advance for a test or an assignment.

Check your work.

It is very important to check or go over your work before submitting it in.  Sloppiness or careless mistakes will drag you down from what you want to achieve.  Follow instructions carefully and use proper grammar and spelling.  Show your instructor that you are committed to excellence in the big and little areas.

Realize the importance of Reading, note-taking, and writing

There are many skills you will have to use in many subjects throughout your education, so it is good to learn how to get the most from your reading.  Learn how to take notes and improve your writing skills.

Don’t wait to study the night before the test

Study way before the test day.  Use the night before the test only as a mini-review.

Ask for help if you need it.

There is nothing wrong with asking for help if you don’t understand.  Approach your instructor or an outside source.

Use technology, when possible.

Technology makes research easier and save you lot of time.

Show your instructors respect, even if you disagree with them or even if they don’t treat you fairly.

Try to meet with your instructor and find out what is bothering him or her.  If it is your fault try to change.  Don’t give your instructor hard time if you don’t understand something.   If the instructor is behaving in an improper manner then talk to your parents or take the right action to protect your self.

Know that there’s always room for improvement.

Even if you are already doing your best just remember that you can always do better!

Have fun

Your school work will be enjoyable if you approach your school work with curiosity and creativity.  And of course if you enjoy your work you will likely to do better.