Dec 16, 2019

Bring Up Your Grade Near the End of the Semester

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== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==
 
===Getting Good Grades at the End===
 
===Getting Good Grades at the End===
#Look at your old work. If you have a final coming up or a paper that's due soon, it's a good idea to take a look back at the work you've already done for the class. This will help you identify your weaknesses, so you can work on improving them.<ref>https://ift.tt/2PtSLl1>[[Image:Bring Up Your Grade Near the End of the Semester Step 1 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Look at your old work. If you have a final coming up or a paper that's due soon, it's a good idea to take a look back at the work you've already done for the class. This will help you identify your weaknesses, so you can work on improving them.[[Image:Bring Up Your Grade Near the End of the Semester Step 1 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*If you look back at your old exams and you still don't understand why you got the questions wrong, be sure to consult your book or ask your teacher for a more detailed explanation.  
 
#*If you look back at your old exams and you still don't understand why you got the questions wrong, be sure to consult your book or ask your teacher for a more detailed explanation.  
 
#*Consider asking your teacher what she thinks you should do to get a better grade on your next assignment. She may have more advice for you than what she wrote on your last paper.  
 
#*Consider asking your teacher what she thinks you should do to get a better grade on your next assignment. She may have more advice for you than what she wrote on your last paper.  
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#*Be sure to communicate that you are genuinely willing to work to improve your grade. Teachers are not likely to change your grade unless you put in a lot of effort.  
 
#*Be sure to communicate that you are genuinely willing to work to improve your grade. Teachers are not likely to change your grade unless you put in a lot of effort.  
 
#*Understand ahead of time how much of an effect extra credit can have on your grade. This will vary from class to class, so never expect that you can turn your C into an A by writing one additional essay just because that worked in another class.
 
#*Understand ahead of time how much of an effect extra credit can have on your grade. This will vary from class to class, so never expect that you can turn your C into an A by writing one additional essay just because that worked in another class.
#See it as a gift. Some teachers offer lots of extra credit opportunities, but some don't offer any at all, so don't expect it. If your teacher does give you the chance to complete extra credit assignments, be thankful for it.<ref>https://ift.tt/2PtSLl1>[[Image:Bring Up Your Grade Near the End of the Semester Step 12 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#See it as a gift. Some teachers offer lots of extra credit opportunities, but some don't offer any at all, so don't expect it. If your teacher does give you the chance to complete extra credit assignments, be thankful for it.[[Image:Bring Up Your Grade Near the End of the Semester Step 12 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*Do not complain about the amount of work that is required or the number of points you can earn for it. Your teacher didn't have to give you any extra credit opportunities at all.  
 
#*Do not complain about the amount of work that is required or the number of points you can earn for it. Your teacher didn't have to give you any extra credit opportunities at all.  
 
#*Do as much extra credit as you can, as long as it isn't interfering with your other assignments. You should always complete the required assignments for your class before you move on to extra credit.  
 
#*Do as much extra credit as you can, as long as it isn't interfering with your other assignments. You should always complete the required assignments for your class before you move on to extra credit.  


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