School can be hard and tiresome and spending seven hours in a class room doesn’t schedule a lot of room for fun. Is it even possible to get good grades and have enough time for fun? Of course. Once you’ve set aside reasonable and manageable goals for school, you’ll find a lot more time to do the things you want to do without sacrificing any time set aside for other plans. Doing well in school not only requires that you understand the subject matter, but also that you are able to perform interests and have a good relationship with your teachers.
Seeking good grades:
The main concept is that you want to consider all the factors involved in getting good grades, such that you optimize your efforts in those areas.
Another big concept is that you want to concentrate on getting things done to leave room for other plans.
Learning in class:
When your teacher lectures or provides information, it’s not only important for you to listen carefully but for you to take notes. You want to be able to listen and absorb the information taught. Let the knowledge simmer, review it and then apply it to given work.
My philosophy is to do your homework in the most efficient and effective way possible. Some students spend too much time on their homework,
primarily because they allow interruptions. Others procrastinate and put off doing it until the last minute. Set aside some time to complete homework. If you stumble across any problems, make note and ask your teacher for further clarifications.
Dealing with teachers:
Respect your teachers and take advantage of their time and assistance. What we mean is ask questions on concepts that you don’t understand, ask for clarification and follow their instructions. If you do what is being asked, teachers will help you out regardless on your academic stance in the course. Teachers want you to prosper as it’s not only a reflection of their capacity to influence and teach but on the student themselves. The marks you receive are ultimately the marks you’ve earned but if they see you work hard, it may help your grade stance. Teachers want you to prosper as it’s not only a reflection of their capacity to influence and teach but on the student themselves.
Having champion attitudes:
School is about gaining knowledge and skills. You also need good attitudes toward your health, the work you do, other people, and your character. This makes you a complete person, who can do just about anything—in other words: a champion.