Ever wonder even how much study you do and burn your midnight oil, you can’t get that 100% grade and always get 90-99?
For students like us, we wanted to excel in everything, especially when it comes to our studies. We say we want high grades most especially that hard-to-get 100, but having this is not as simple as 123 but as simple as ABC. Goodluck!
No one goes to school thinking how to make their grades fail but how to make high grades unless you don’t care about your schooling and only care about your allowance. I’m also a student like you, I want high grades, and as much as possible I want to get that 100, the perfect score/grade. But, no matter how hard I try to get that 100, I always end up in getting grades in line of 8 to 9.
Follow all of this and I’m sure you’re on your way in reaching that hard-to-get 100.
Attend classes regularly. Avoid making unnecessary absences.
Begin your day with God. Pray and read the Bible for your spiritual and intellectual growth.
Come to class early. This will give you time to review your notes or do advance reading.
Divide long-term assignments/projects into small tasks that you can work on a daily basis.
Engage in profitable or intellectually enhancing hobbies. Join sports activities, enjoy the beauty of God’s creation, keep a diary, do one random act of kindness each day.
Focus on what you are doing at the moment for maximum efficiency.
Go out and make friends. Make amends with your enemies. Doing so does not only add colors to your life, they also complete the circle of life.
Help a classmate who is lagging behind. You’ll master your lesson in the process.
Invite the Lord to be your Guide, Partner and Friend and you’ll always be on the right track.
Jot down notes. They come in handy during reviews.
Keep track of time. Wasted time equals lost opportunities.
Laugh often, love life and live one day at a time.
Make a daily schedule. List the things that you need to do for the day to avoid forgetting them.
Never ever skip breakfast. Doing so is one of the biggest brain-damaging habits.
Offer your heart, soul and mind to your Creator and King.
Participate in discussions. You’ll learn more if you interact more.
Quit minding other people’s business. You have no idea what they are really going through.
Research. Don’t just settle with the things that you learn inside the classroom.
Stay fit. Eat a balanced diet and exercise regularly. Healthy body is a must to a healthy mind.
Take time alone to reflect and count your blessings.
Use your talent, knowledge and skills for the glory of God.
Vent your feelings and opinions only after spending careful thought about them.
Wait, if you can, until you graduate in college before having a sweetheart.
Xerox or photocopy materials that you missed and study them.
Yearn to learn something new each day.
Zoom in on worthwhile opportunities that come your way. A missed opportunity is lost forever.
Hope that helps!