2018 is right around the corner and resolutions are starting to form. And while only a small percentage of people keep their resolutions, you can make the difference in helping a student reach his/her goal. Below are ideas for keeping the Raise My GPA resolution intact through graduation. Feel free to copy any of these tips or modify to make your own for a top converting Chegg affiliate post.
Top 10 Ways To Increases Your GPA
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- Flash Cards – I know this is old school, but flash cards are still a great way to study on the go. Don’t worry about getting any paper cuts. Just use the Flashcards + app by Chegg. This app is free and multi-lingual.
- Take Note – Taking good notes is the key to optimized studying. Consider writing notes in two columns. The right-hand column is for the notes and the left is for questions related to those notes. Great way to quiz yourself or create flashcards.
- Join a Study Group – Misery loves company, right? No, that is not what I mean. The accountability and extra brain power make study groups an amazing asset.
- Always do your homework – Missing assignments, even small ones, have a significant impact on your grade. Additionally, the homework lets you know what you need help on.
- Talk to Your Teacher – This is an often under-utilized asset for students. Teachers want you to succeed. If you are struggling with a concept, schedule an appointment with your teacher
- Show up to class. – This may seem like a no-brainer but is often overlooked. Many times, teachers will provide information and even test questions not available in the textbooks.
- Get plenty of sleep – If you can’t process the information due to exhaustion, it won’t matter how much you study. Getting sleeps keeps you healthy, relaxed and engaged.
- Prioritize – Make academics a priority over your social life. It will pay off in the long. There is also plenty of time to have a great social life, just avoid staying out late when you have an exam or an early school day