Ron White the National Memory Champion has been helping students get better grades for over 20 years. Here are some of the basics…
Self-Improvement Tips For Getting Better Grades
Some self improvement tips for getting better grades are given below, which students can use as an opportunity for success and good grades in school, college and university.
Decide to Get Better Grades
First, make a decision to get better grades. Aim high, and visualize yourself with good grades. Tell yourself that you can get â€˜A’ grade.
Attend Classes Regularly to Get Better Grades
Sometimes, your teacher or professor presents some useful information during delivering lecture, which may not available in your notes, and textbook. So, attend your classes regularly, and note down the useful information in your own interpreting words.
Taking notes from your fellow friends may have the risk of omission or misinterpretation of the information presented in the class. The best way is listen with your own ears, and see all the illustrations, andÂ Â diagrams with your own eyes. It will increase your self confidence to get good grades at the end of the term.
Study to Get Better Grades
By reading text books and relevant academic literature leads to get better grades. This will help to build self confidence in you, and prepare you to make conscious decision to get â€˜A’ grade in exam.
Be Prepared to Get Better Grades
Keep all relevant supplies like pen, pencils, hand held calculator etc., and appropriate literature with you while attending the class.
Eat Balanced Diet to Get Better Grades
Take a nutritional balanced diet to make your mind, and body healthy, and fresh. Feed yourself before attempting to study.
Take Healthy Sleep to Get Better Grades
It is fruitless, if you trying to study without taking adequate sleep. A healthy sleep is much necessary for refreshing your mind, which leads to get good grades in exams.
Eat Breakfast and Do Exercise
Before going to school, college or university, make habit of having eaten breakfast. Your mind is useless if your stomach is empty. Do some exercise daily; it will increase your blood circulation.
Talk to Your Teacher
Be polite with your teachers, ask questions during taking class, and talk to them after class if you have any question in your mind. It will make you more noticeable to your teachers, and they will help you to improve your grades, and social life.
Nabeel Shaukat is a writer forÂ Ãœberant (http://www.uberant.com/?r=18).