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Sep 16, 2019 in 

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We know firsthand that keeping your high school GPA in tip-top shape is a daunting task, which is why we’ve put together a few tips to help you out as you learn how to get better grades in school.

Aim high 

Don’t think you can get perfect grades? Think again! While it’s important to not let this attitude slip into harmful perfectionism, setting goals and working hard to accomplish them is one of the best ways to see your classroom performance improve.

Work in chunks

Instead of cramming for a test in a single night or floundering to complete a large project the day before it’s due, schedule reasonable amounts of time to study each subject, every day. You’ll be surprised how much progress you can make by dedicating only ten minutes to flashcards or project planning each day. Over a week or two, even these minimal chunks of time add up and help you avoid the stress of last-minute learning.

Ask for help

Students who view Teachers as the enemy are going to have a tough time succeeding in their coursework, so we recommend doing your best to participate in class dialogue with your teachers, ask questions after class, and let them know when you’re struggling. 

Ask for (extra) help

Take advantage of expertise from multiple sources and work with a Tutor for additional help outside of class. The ease and convenience of online tutoring have made a huge difference in the way that students can save time and learn outside the classroom—hire an Online Tutor to find the best of the best instruction available.

Use failure to your advantage

Don’t let bad grades discourage you. None of us are perfect, and that means you’ll occasionally see a result less than what you hoped for. When this happens, utilize the valuable opportunity to learn from your mistakes. Remember, those who don’t fail can’t improve!

Take care of yourself

As you continue to fight the good fight toward better grades, don’t forget about self-care. Eat well, take a walk during your study breaks, and don’t sacrifice a good night’s rest for too much studying.

Know your learning style

Often, figuring out how to do well in school and how to get better grades is a matter of knowing yourself. Do you learn more effectively by recording class lectures and listening again at home? Do you remember better when your notes are color-coded? Experiment, then do what feels right.

With these tips and the help of an Online Tutor to guide you along the way by answering questions and helping out with the most difficult concepts, an exciting report card is right around the corner. Improve your grades today, browse through our list Online Tutors now and book a session!

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