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How To Get Better Grades

How To Get Better Grades It's hard to get good grade at times. Here are some of my top tips to try getting better grades. 1. Pay attention in class Although it may seem boring and you may think you'll never need it in real life, paying attention in class is important so that you know what is going on. Teachers sometimes also sprinkle hints and tips about the upcoming test in their lesson. 2. Don't Copy The teacher may have said that you may work with each other, at least try the work by yourself first or do it while you're discussing the problem with your friends. If you just copy of of someone, you won't know if you truly understand the material or not. 3. Ask the Teacher Don't be afraid to raise your hand and ask the teacher if you don't understand something. Teachers, no matter how nice or mean they are, are there to teach, and they should explain it to you. Even though it may be hard, it will totally be worth it if you understand it now. 4. Or Step Two- Ask a Classmate Maybe the teacher wasn't very helpful, or you really don't want to ask it in public. Take step 2- asking a classmate. They are learning the same exact thing as you are, and chances are, there is at least one person who understands what you are learning. Tell someone, "Hey, I don't really get this. Do you?" 5. Study! This seems a little obvious, but you'd be surprised ho many of my friends don't

By |February 22nd, 2018|How To's|

Show Your Parents You are Ready and Responsible for a Pet

"My little dog -- a heartbeat at my feet." ~ Edith Wharton Source: CAIRNSVET  Be Honest with yourself. GETTY IMAGES Do you know what it takes to own a pet? Are you prepared to clean, bathe, feed and play with your pet on a regular basis? Do you have any other commitments that might prevent you from looking after it properly? Think homework, sports, babysitting and other after-school activities. Research the Animal you want to get Taking care of a gold fish is completely different than taking care of a German shepherd. So do some research to prepare yourself and demonstrate to your parents by letting them know what’s involved. Make a List Write down everything you will do in order to take care of your new furry friend. Create a schedule of when you will feed, clean and walk it. Earn some experience Source: 88z3y May be your best friend is going away and someone needs to take care of her cat. Or your neighbor is on vacation and they need someone to walk their dog. If you don’t know anyone with a pet you can try animal shelters, vets or pet stores. Offer to help out financially Source: pets.thenest  If you want a fish or hamster this is pretty easy, because they aren’t very expensive. However the cost of a cat or dog can be a lot higher. So offer to help pay. Earning money through babysitting, or house work will help to show your parents you are responsible enough to have a pet.

By |December 27th, 2017|How To's|