As a student and a perfectionist, you surely want good grades, especially when you’re aiming for a scholarship or something else from your parents. But maintaining a good grade for a student can be quite hard especially when you’re busy dealing with other things, such as video games, going on your first date or perhaps learning on how to build your social life since you’re in college.
In this article, you might not have to worry about good grades anymore, because we’re going to show you some tips on how to maintain a good grade, make sure to read this article if you’re curious on what those tips are.
A tip from us is to make sure that you work hard, especially when in class. We know that you might be sleepy or perhaps thinking to text your friend in class, but trust us, don’t give up. Make sure to pay attention to what the teacher/professor is saying and take notes only for the important parts, this way you’re going to have an easier time when you’re going to study for the exams.
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Avoid Study Groups
Most of us think that study groups are a great way to share and learn new things, especially when exams are near. It’s true, but sometimes when there’s a lot of people going into study groups, it’s not a good thing to do because usually instead of studying it’s going to become a social event where there are only small bits of studying, overpowered with chatting and even gossiping. So advice from us is to avoid study groups or at least study with three people at maximum.
Know Your Professor
Another tip from us is to know how your professor works in class. Do they like students who are active, or students who are passive but can keep quiet when a lecture is going on. To add in, make sure to know what kind of answers do your professor likes, do they like long, descriptive answers or do they prefer short answers that are more to the point. Knowing this will help a lot when you’re working on assignments or exams, so make sure to observe or ask a senior about this.…