Each parent expects from his child to perform better in examination so they can obtain good grades in final exam. Many students put their best efforts but some of them still fail or get poor grades because of not using proper study methods. This article contains five smart tips for those students who want to perform excellent. Students and Parents would be benefited by reading these quick and smart tips. As a student every child is expected to achieve higher grades in his exam. As competition is increasing students have to struggle with lots of study homework, dissertations, various assignment and exams like they are machines designed to do everything. Luckily I got my teachers guidance during my study periods; they also instructed me how to achieve good grades with less study. I would like to share these ideas here with you. Classes are study place where you learn and understand new topics. There you meet with other students, professors. You can discuss your study problems as well as getting assignment help if you have any.
Moreover your regular presence is a way to mentoring relationship with your teachers that is also beneficial for you. Each professor tries to solve his students problems but they prefer to recognized faces or who are keen to participate in study discussions. You may win their heart by joining their classes regularly as well as attracting their attention by your performance. It does not matter how much you know, you should always be appear in their classes to get connected with them so they can include you in their most favorite students list. You may visit them in lunch hours, after class or whenever it is convenient to both of you to get assignment help in case you are unable to solve a question. Smart work wins over hard work; study is also not an exception. Definitely you can do harder work than others but it does not guarantee to gain better grades. Grade depends on your personal efforts, intelligence, practice and understanding of subject topics.
You should use smart methods to study like studying in groups, acquiring ability to read quickly, better memory, etc. You can discuss with your professors, school counselors to know more advanced methods to make study easier than ever. Time is the key of success but it cannot be reverse. Once it lost, it lost forever so make a proper study time table with appropriate time allotment to all subjects. Remember fresh mind is also a pre-requisite for good studies so do not forget to add some fun times in your study schedule. You can planned your time table into four divisions (i) study homework (ii) learning and remembering the course (iii) lunch time (iv) time for other works. If you have not enough time to do study you may take online assignment help to finish your homework on time and to save your time. Often students use to avoid testing their skills in a self-test but intelligent student cannot afford it. Being a test taker helps you to know your own strengths and weakness hence they do not prepare for final exams. You may take yourself a test or can request your friends to asking questions from study syllabus. Moreover your parents, subject teachers can also help you to examine your knowledge in a particular subject. Taking your own test will guide you for further study so you can get better grades in final exams.
Whether you are writing an essay, answering an examination question or creating an article as in my case there are many benefits that can be gained from careful planning. I am speaking from experience as I have found that whenever I have taken time to plan a piece of work I have saved a lot of time in the long run. My initial planning was very basic, however I feel it was very effective, I constructed a spider diagram or ‘mind map’, (see appendix 6), this helped me visualise the problem I faced. I then started to plan the basic outline that my newspaper article was going to take.(see appendix 7). This proved to be invaluable as when I was conducting my research u knew exactly what I needed. Finding an angle to discuss the issue from was a very difficult step for me, it is also something J. Rose (2002) believes is of greater importance in article writing than in any other form of writing.
To overcome this I began writing and I lucky that my title “The 21ST Century Plague” just hit me. I then began writing using the angle of comparing computer viruses to biological viruses. I was told that this article was going to be as if it was going to be published in a broadsheet newspaper. Therefore the writing style was pre-determined. However I wanted to get more familiar with the broadsheet writing style. I took J. Rose’s advice (2001), that the way the article is written should be reflective of its audience. I looked at papers such as ‘The Times” and “The Business” to help me get a better picture of what was required from the audience (i.e. my seminar teacher). I also contrasted them with papers such as “The Sun” and the “The Sport” to get a better picture of what was not an acceptable writing style. In addition I read the example article in the ‘Business and Professional Development’ Module Handbook to help me get started. In the article specification I was told to use pictures and headlines to add to the effect.