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Item number one on most students list of worries is probably making good grades But as most of them can tell you this is much easier said than done Making above average grades can come a little easier however when a certain process is followed in and out of the classroom If youre struggling to pass a class going to the lectures taking good notes and developing good study habits can ensure that your grades will greatly improve The first step seems easy enough but can prove to be the hardest for some students - actually showing up for the class With no one to push you out of bed getting up and going to class can become difficult Every student should try to attend all classes however because there are things you will get out of an in-person lesson that you wont get from a friends notes or a handout special instructions from your teacher notification of due date changes and being able to write your own notes are a few examples Attending class is the foundation that good note taking and study skills are based upon and should be taken advantage of at every opportunity The next skill for making the grades is being able to take good notes Writing down the lessons important points as well as lesser details for later reference will be a helpful memory jog when studying for an exam Facts that seem unimportant during the lesson can prove to be vital later on so it is best to write down everything Also note taking during the lesson will enable you to study material that may be on a test but isnt in the textbook You also have the advantage of writing down the lesson in your own words so it will be easier to understand later on The better notes you have the more you will get out of your studying the last step in achieving good
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