Study for it's own sake is a chore. When you are forced to learn something because the teacher will punish you if you fail, educations is a total bore. BUT study for YOUR sake and you can reap great benefits from your days at school. I had a good idea of the career I wanted to go into, so I made sure that those classes that contributed to my future success were top of my list when it was study time. I devoured the science classes and was a total pain by knowing all the answers. BUT when I left school, getting work and career opportunities was a breeze. Eventually my wife and I went off to qualify in natural medicine and we learned one new skill every year of our thirty years in practice. There is a RULE in this world that you cannot break: IF I STOP GETTING BETTER, THEN I STOP BEING GOOD. The better we got, the more patients and recognition we had - YOU can do that too. But only if you choose a career that YOU want and then pour your every waking moment into achievement in that field!!!.
To study without getting bored, find a friend that is in the same class as you and study together with him/her. Find a suitable place to study like the library, at each other's house or any other place you can think of. Also, avoid choosing places that are noisy. Go to http://www.ehow.com/how_2077089_concentrate-studying.html for more tips.