Posted by Jenna Green on April 18, 2012 at 7:50 PM
Written by: Jenna Green 6/27/2011
Majority of students with disabilities get one or two bad grades. Don't let it get you down. We are all not capable of being good at everything but we are capable of giving 100 percent. So you get your grade and you aren't to happy with it, so what do you do? Ignore it? Continue to fail? No! You raise it. Below are some tips that can help you raise your grade.
- Figure out why you received the poor grade. You can talk to your teacher or professor and see what exactly contributed to the poor grade.
- After you figure out why you received the poor grade, figure out how you will fix?
- Do you need to increase your study time? What kind of learner are you?Visual?
- Find Resources to help you out. Go to your local library and see what books are available in that particular subject.Try out tutoring or local study groups.
- Get a plan together. Write out when you plan to study for this subject. Pay attention to what contributes to the majority calculation of your grade.
- Tell yourself that you can raise your grade. If you don't believe you can do it, then you won't put in 100 percent of the work. You need to have confidence in yourself.