After surviving spring break and all the fun events happening around school, students seem to slack off from their school work.
Summer is fast approaching, and it’s exciting but not turning in work and failing exams is definitely not so exciting.
Students get behind the last few weeks of school, but they need to get their head of the clouds and get back on track, because there will be exams and all sorts of test as the year comes to an end. So buckle down and get to work.
If you’re like me and you procrastinate, then here are some helpful tips from oxfordlearning.com that you might want to consider to finish out the year strong.
1) Get extra help on stuff you are having trouble with. I know when the bell rings at 3:06, everyone is ready to leave, but staying after to get some help may not be as bad as it seems. You could pull your grade up just by spending an extra hour after school to get some extra help.
2) Score better on your work. To get better grades, duh, you have to do the work. To get the work done, you have to be motivated, which is challenging during this time of year since it’s so close to summer. Create daily reminders to study hard. Remember finish strong…
3) Set goals. It’s easy to just sit back and relax for the rest of the year, but rather than slacking, set a goal and work towards it. Whether it is by learning new study skills or pulling up a math grade, having a goal to work towards makes staying motivated easier.