9 tips to improve your grades


Everyone wants good grades in Studies but some succeed with a little effort and others not, although they work very hard  still they are not improving, the secret is that there is always a proper way to study  today I am going to give you some tips & by using them you will improve your grades with a little hard work and effort

1. Create a routine.

“You should start by creating a time table researchers have recommended that getting up at the same time each morning, eating a nutritious breakfast, and instituting a positive bedtime ritual that includes 20 minutes of reading and such thing will improve your concentration in studies”

2.Like all exceptionally great students, you must pay attention!

“When a teacher is giving a lesson, take notes and if you don’t understand something, raise your hand and ask questions. The more questions you ask, the smarter you’ll get, believe it or not. By passing notes and talking to friends, you won’t learn anything, so pay close attention! “

3.Organize With Color

“Devise your own color-coding system to keep your assignments and your thoughts organized. You may select a single color for each class (like science or history) and use that color for your folder, your highlighters, your sticky notes, and your pens. You’ll be surprised to discover how much strong organization skills can change your life!”

4. Limit distractions.

Television, computers, and video games can be a huge competitor for you especially when it comes to homework, so limit these activities, the problem with these kinds of diversions extends beyond the way they waste time because they also create a mindset in you that makes your studies seem boring. ”

5.Prepare Yourself for Test.

“You know that it’s important to study for test days, right? But there are other things you should consider in addition to the actual material that the test will cover. What if you show up for test day and the room is freezing cold? For many students, this would cause enough of a distraction to interrupt concentration. That leads to bad choices and bad answers. Plan ahead for heat or cold by layering your clothing.”

6.Know Your Dominant Learning Style.

Many students will struggle in a subject without understanding why. Sometimes this is because students don’t understand how to study in a way that matches their brain style.

Auditory learners are those who learn best through hearing things. Visual learners retain more information when they use visual aids, and tactile learners benefit by doing hands-on projects.

Every student should examine and evaluate their habits and their natural tendencies and decide how they might be able to improve their study habits by tapping into their personal strengths”

7.Start to read a little more.

“If you are not already a reader, start at your level and work your way up. You may not know this, but by reading more challenging and difficult books, you are expanding your vocabulary”

8.Use of mind maps can be helpful for understanding hard topics.

“Mind maps help to remember those thing which hard to remember and another benefit of mind maps is that they do not forget”

9.Take Care of Yourself

“Some of your personal habits might be affecting your grades. Are you feeling tired, achy, or bored when it comes to homework time? You can change your grades by practicing a few healthy homework habits. Change the way you feel by taking better care of your mind and your body.For example, between text messaging, Sony Play Stations, Xbox, Internet surfing, and computer writing, students are using their hand muscles in all new ways, and they’re growing increasingly susceptible to the hazards of repetitive stress injury. Find out how to avoid pain in your hands and neck by changing the way you sit at your computer”
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