1 year ago
Last edited at 7:59PM on 1/22/2013
I would just say, don't procrastinate and keep your goal on top. Usually when you make a goal, you are very enthusiastic about it at first and then let it just kind of fade away. But if you remain determined to accomplish it and work hard, your priorities should be clearer, and you'll work harder at it. Also, surprisingly, eating well has a big role in how well you do. I used to eat junk food, and once i switched to more healthy, I noticed a big difference in my grades. Nice goal! Good Luck! :D
1 do your homework 2 arrive ready to class teachers hate un prepared students 3 take notes on what u think you need work or that is important 4 have a good attitude 5 get plenty of rest and a good breakfast
Stay on task, get a calendar/planner and write important dates in it (like when assignments are due, when tests are, etc.), study for tests, and stay focused. Don't sit near people you know you're going to want to talk with.