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MAJOR SUCCESSFUL THINGS TO DO IN ORDER TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN SCHOOL


Being a great student doesn't mean hours and hours of being studious and
having no social life at all! There's always room to improve, so it helps to always check the work you do. This will lead to happiness and satisfaction with not only yourself but what you are doing with your life.
And you know accomplishments are for life they last If you get good grades, you're that much closer to a good college, which leads you to a good job. Keep reading to find out

Major  successful things to do to in order to be successful  in school


General Practices
Go beyond the general. information.
Don’t just stop learning at the bare facts. These will not make you any smarter, nor will they give you the analytical toolsyou need to get straight A’s. If you really want to excel in school the most important thing is to always ask why. Learn why things work the way they do, why things matter and then you can apply that
knowledge to a vast amount of information and may be correctly guessing even things you might not have learned about.

Use the knowledge of others.
This doesn't mean you should cheat - when we say use the knowledge of others, what we mean is that you should talk with friends, family members and teachers about the subjects you are studying. Get their opinions on topics, see how they would have approached a problem or learn their method of doing something. In opening your mind to new ways
of thinking and doing you should be better prepared to handle almost any academic challenge.

Be proactive in your education.
Participate in study groups. Get help when you need it. Study over time rather than cramming before a test.
Basically, getting straight A’s is hard
(if it were easy, everyone would do
it) so you need to work at it if you
want to do this. However, avoid study groups if you tend to talk more than study. Remember, you are only working in a study group to study. Most people, tend to forget this when they see a friend, so keep this in mind.
Get organized.

 Consistently keep all assignments or handed back work/handouts separate and in 
 chronological order.

Not only does this make life in general easier, but it also helps
when exam time comes, especially if there will be a cumulative end-of-
year exam. You should also organize your time by allowing
yourself plenty of time to study and sleep. Organize your notes and your study space.

Study and do homework in chunks.
If you have two days to do a homework
assignment, do most of it the
first and do the other part the second. Or, if you have week to learn 10 vocabulary words, learn a few each day and review the words you
already learned. This way
you'll be less overwhelmed
and ultimately have more
time free from cramming.
Write down your homework as soon as the teacher assigns it. If a
teacher tells you when a
project is due or a test will be
given write it down. This will
help you know what you have
to do.

Choose courses you are interested in.
If you can, make sure you are studying things you enjoy and can get invested in. You will do better if you care about
the material you are studying. This
is why you will find that you get the
best grades in your favorite classes.
Remember to balance things
you enjoy with things you
need to know.

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Be aware of your body clock .
The human body learns best at specific times and for some people it can be in the morning. Be sure you save this time for studying important class material, and leave the rest of the time for less important activities such as socializing. Avoid studying
when you are tired. In general, you should try to get at least 8 hours of
sleep a night.

Give your best effort.
You need to have knowledge of
each subject you're studying, but it
is also important to persevere and
go back and revise the subject until
you are confident that you will be
able to get the right answers during
an exam or test. If you don't
understand a question on a test
then think it through and write it
out so that you can see what you
are doing.

Working Hard in Class
Pay attention in class. You
can learn so much from just
listening so always pay attention in
class. Study smart! You should be
able to understand the subject
better and know what the teacher
is talking about prior to a test.
Eat breakfast and if you are
prescribed medication or take vitamins make sure you take them before leaving for
school.
A good breakfast will
help keep you awake and
focused throughout the day.

Ask questions.
Ask the teacher relevant questions
about the subject. If you do not
understand the subject then write
down what it is you are having
trouble with and ask the teacher if
you can have some time to discuss
your concerns Never be embarrassed to ask questions. Curious students
make teachers happy.

Read any syllabus you are given and have a genera idea about the course subject and what you may be learning.
For example, if you’re in a history class and you’re reading about the formation of the United States of
America but you see that the
next section will be about the American Civil War, think about how those two events could connect to each other.
Take notes. Learn to write
down an outline and fill it in
with bits and pieces of key
information. Write a summary of
what you have learned in class to
use it for future reference. Make notes on what you don’t understand so that you are well prepared when your
teacher explains those things
or you can discuss them with
your teacher.

Never skip class as you will all behind and it may affect your grades.
If you are sickand cannot go to school, ask the teacher for any notes on the
classes you may have missed. If the
teacher is not available for some
reason, ask a friend for some
information you have missed on
the day you were absent. Talk to your teacher about your grades. Ask
about your quality of work and
reasons for any weak grades. Work
on any areas of weakness and ask
your teacher if your extra work will
help improve your grades.

Working Hard At Home
Do your homework. Some
college teachers may not
always check your homework so it
is important to remain motivated
motivate yourself to do your
homework. Homework helps to
reinforce what you have learned in
class and identify what you don’t
understand. Study. If you don't
have any homework on a subject,
read your notes or read any
textbooks on the subjects.
On average about 10% of
your grade is homework but
how it is incorporated into
your grade really depends on
the teacher. Study a little bit every day
at home.

Read ahead in the textbook.
This can help you identify areas that you may have more trouble in.
Don’t procrastinate. Never stay up late doing an assignment unless you have not finished it and it is due very soon.
Instead, if you have two weeks to
do your assignment, spend the first
week outlining and doing the
basics. Over the weekend, neatly
put it together, and the next week,
just put the finishing touches on it,
do some editing, and print it out.
Don't forget to hand it in to your
teacher one day before you
actually should.
This will show your
dedication and give your teacher
time to suggest revisions.
Starting an assignment ahead
of time will also give you time
to meet with your teacher
and discuss any problems
you have, directions you can
take, and get other
assignment help that is
crucial to getting A’s. Just
going to the extra trouble of
asking for help and taking
your teacher’s advice may
earn you a slightly higher
grade.

Teach the material to someone else.
Find a quiet place, maybe in your room, lock the door and imagine you are the teacher explaining the subject to a student. This is also a good way to
measure your understanding of the
material and explaining it to
someone who doesn’t understand it at all can often help you develop
a better understanding of the
material yourself. If you can
participate in tutoring programs in
school, this serves the same
purpose.

Get a dedicated study space .
Find a space that is only for studying. This may help to minimize distractions and keep you on track. Studying is just another habit and if you teach your brain that a certain desk or room is just
for studying then you should have
a much easier time focusing and getting work done.

Read extra material if you have time.
You can always go onto the internet or go to the library and find more books or
information about the subjects you
are studying. Learning some
additional information and adding
it into papers or test questions may
impress your teachers. Consider getting a tutor if
you can afford to.

There's nothing wrong with getting in some extra learning and it may make a
difference in your grades.


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