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Paying Attention in Class. 1. Pay attention in class. You would be surprised to see how much you would learn from not talking and just listening. If you do not completely understand the material, ask the teacher about it. If you're embarrassed by it, do it after school or in between classes. If you must talk, do it when the teacher isn't exactly 'teaching', or when they give you free time. Of course, don't be afraid to ask, statistics show that at least one other person in your classroom has the same question on mind as you are wanting to ask. It's your future, not theirs. 2. Remember being a good student just doesn't involve you doing your homework. You also need to pay attention in class and do well on tests and exams. 3. Eat a good breakfast. Try including protein and carbohydrates as this will help your brain think more, during the day. You need a good breakfast - just a piece of toast doesn't go too far! If you find breakfast hard to eat, see How to Feel Like Eating Breakfast First Thing in the Morning for some help. 4. If you're in a class with distracting friends, ask your teacher to move you so it won't look like your trying to get away from them. 5. If there is any after school tutoring in a subject you're not doing so great in, join it! 6. Even if you have a sucky teacher you should still do all of this. Like Sean Covey said, be proactive not reactive. You can't change your teacher, but you can chose not to let them get you. 7. Take good notes! This will make studying much simpler and less stressful. Tips: * Relax after you have studied and review your notes with a friend or family member. Communication is the key! * Don't get stressed over about tests/exams. It will only make you get confused and cause you to feel like a nervous wreck - and what's the point in that?! Anyways if you do your homework and pay attention in class you will probably pass the test anyways! * After every lesson at school, have some fresh air and have some water. You only need five minutes to do that! Then spend the rest of your break relaxing and chatting with your friends or playing sport. * Remember, some lessons require practical work rather than book study (for example, running in PE or performing a piece of drama). Be aware that you may not be able to get A's in everything, but try your best and you will succeed! * You might want to have a specific time for each subject or do a little of each subject in a specific amount of time. (per se 30 min) * Take breaks when you need them, because it's no fun to have to do homework all at one time. * Take your time while you do your homework, you'll most likely get it right. * Pop a mint to pay attention in class. It's been proven that mint flavored candy help you stay alert and awake. originated by: Anonymous, Sondra C, Dave Crosby, Nicole Willson Source: www.wikihow.com