Here are 5 tips to Help Get Better Grades:

1. Be ready for regular work –

Almost all successful students study regularly.

2. Set definite goals –

“I will score A grade in English”. “I will get 94% in the next exam.” These are definite goals. And all top-performing students have definite, specific goals.

3. Have a well-planned effort –

For e.g. if the goal is to score A grade in English, what action is needed to achieve this score? Spend more time to study English lesson? Improve grammar? Improve writing skill?..

4. Study without strain

Try to have a gap between studying two subjects. Take a break for few minutes, after studying for 30 or 45 minutes. Relax, walk around your room or house, or drink some water and return back to studying. Such short breaks will refresh your brain and you will learn more.  Set aside some time for playing any sport or watching TV or just sitting out and gossiping with your friend.

5. Make it important

While researching for our complete self-development course called, “Success Mindware for students”‘ we found that students who give importance to studies perform better. They score more and have fewer study problems.

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Jennifer Cummings

Ms. Cummings has a B.A.in psychology, and a M.Ed. in special education from Framingham State College in Massachusetts. She has been an elementary teacher in Massachusetts for almost 10 years, serving both regular education and special education students. She has taught grades 1,4, and 5.

"I believe that families' involvement in their child's education is one of the key ingredients to creating a successful school experience for children. Keeping parents informed about school-related issues helps parents and teachers work together for the best possible outcomes for their children. Learning together makes learning fun - for everyone!" - Jennifer Cummings.

Her publications:  Tips from the Teacher provides useful hints and "tricks of the trade" that you can use at home to boost your child's academic progress year after year. And Homelinks Teacher Tools for Communicating with Parents New Skills Strategies, Newsletters and Home Communication Tools for Teachers(grades 2-8)

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