Top 8 Secrets of Making Straight A’s in Any Course! (Part 2)

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5. Master Your Lecturers

Every lecturer has a different personality and system of running their classes, it makes a lot of sense for students like YOU to master what the lecturer wants- and give it to him/her!
6. Use Time Wisely

Even if you don’t procrastinate (most people do!) and you are the most organized person in the world, time can be your biggest enemy in school. Good time management practices:

a. Tackle the harder work first. Once accomplished, this will motivate you and is more rewarding.
b. Take breaks as reward for work. Reward yourself for completing a major task.

c. Do not overwork yourself- learn to say NO. You don’t need to be involved in everything!

d. Work hard to play hard. That’s a good balance, just make sure you do the work first!
7. Become “Noteworthy”

Be an active listener in class. Don’t chat, gossip with friends or do other distracting things while lecture is on. Focus.

Take good notes in class. This gives you hint to where the lecturer wants you to focus on in test or exams.
8. Study, Study, Study! (But Be Smart at it!)

There’s no shortcut to making good grades, you still need to study.

Here are few tips:

a. Study early and often: breaking your studying into shorter periods of time will make less of a chore and give your mind time to absorb the materials before moving on.

b. Develop and practice good study habits. Know what works for you- and stick to it.

c. Study with friends to gain support, but don’t turn it into a social affair. Ensure you’re really studying, not playing or joking around.

d. Studying is critical to learning, which is critical to better grades, so do the work before heading out to have fun!

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