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Ever wanted to show everyone that you're not a dunce, and that you're a teenager who won't let anyone put you down? If you follow this guide from the beginning of the year, I guarantee respect, and excellent grades. Steps: 1. Be prepared on the first day of school! Most kids aren't. You want to show the teachers that you plan ahead, are prepared, and on task. If you don't understand something when your teachers are explaining, do not hesitate to ask, they like seeing that you're both interested in the subject, and want to learn. Do your homework! It can be in between classes, home, library, just do it! 2. Keep up! Don't slack off during the week and then cram before the test. Not only does this not work, it makes you tired and therefore less able to concentrate on the test. It is much better to study a little bit every day than cram and stress yourself out before an exam/quiz/test. If you can discipline yourself into studying half an hour a day it will help you more than you can imagine. Trust me. I learned this the hard way and my grades suffered because of it. Set up good studying habits NOW because when you get to college it will be double or even triple the work load of high school and you won't be able to keep up at all. 3. Keep your classwork organized by date, in a notebook, or folder! Some teachers check classwork. Study every night! Even if there's no test the next day. You never know about pop quizzes. If your teacher teaches according to a text book, in order. Force yourself to read the lesson ahead of the class. This helps you to be more on task, and might even make your teacher think that you're really smart. Never let an extra credit assignment slip by, it gives you extra points to make up that B. (Yes, you'll need straight As to be #1)If you're absent, be sure to get the notes from a trust-worthy friend, study the lesson, and ask your teacher for any classwork you may have missed. This shows that you care for your grades. 4. Dress appropriately. Ripped pants are not cool. Girls, wear real clothes. You're at school, not at the club, and the purpose of school is to learn, not to attract a mate. Also dress appropriately for the season/weather and occasion. 5. Try to never forget your homework, worksheets, slips, or anything that your teacher expects turned in at home the day it's due! Get some post-it notes and put a reminder on your door. That way you won't forget. If possible, try handing it in before it's due! Don't rush through your classwork. Instead try to make it flawless, and "A" worthy. Bring at least two pencils to class! 6. Be a perfectionist. If you want to be the best in the school you have to keep in mind that there are other people who are also striving to be the best, who want to be number one just as badly as you do, maybe even more. When you think you've studied enough to make an A on a test, keep in mind that there's probably a lot of people who studied "enough." If you want to be number one, you have to work the hardest and do the best. Think a few points up on a test doesn't matter? Maybe not, but if you put that much energy into every assignment, you will have a higher GPA than the people who did just enough to make an A or a B, which makes you the best in the school. 7. If you want to dress nicely, try some NON-ripped jeans, and a neat shirt, not too long or too short. (Wear body spray and deodorant, shower daily, and comb your hair. 8. Work hard if you get a little time try to study something, don't waste it. Tips: • Use studying strategies like acronyms and little sayings to help you memorize things quickly. • Don't be afraid to go to tutorials. When I was in middle school I thought they were for dumb people, but I realize now that just a ten minutes of undivided attention from your teacher (that you can't get in class because there's 20-30 other kids who need help too) will help you very much and is worth showing up early to school or staying late. • Keep the place you study in the way you like and keep your folders and school things organized. If mess distracts you, then keep your desk clean. Play your favorite music softly in the background. • Wear something comfortable while you study so you can study longer without fidgeting or getting distracted. originated by: Anonymous, Kyle Grindley, Nicole Willson, Rameses Source: www.wikihow.com