Ever since school has been a big deal in many lives, the biggest problem has been staying on track and getting good enough grades to be on sports teams, go on school trips, and even satisfy parents. Due to the lack of time and effort we decide to put into our school work, there are various things you need to take into account. Number one is to check what classes you are struggling with and their rationality of passing based on the difficulty of the class. If the class is an AP, then obviously, it will be challenging and it will be harder to get those good grades you want. Number two, you have to verify the personality and kindness of the teacher giving that class. If the teacher is nice, then the level of difficulty goes down.
Ever since I have been at this school, I have realized that some classes are basically impossible to pass without putting your biggest effort in the class. An example of this is English with Ms. van Strien, especially if you are in her AP class. In order to survive those classes, an effort is needed, but don’t worry, you’re not alone. A study I conducted by solely asking my AP English Language classmates is that everyone struggles in that class and no one is safe. Thanks to being new, I was able to save my botox in many cases when in her class.
Finally, I wanted to summarize the lesson I want you all to learn. First, analyze your classes and their difficulty. Second, analyze the teacher and his or her kindness/flexibility to help. Third, sometimes you might be fudged and might need to put in some work. If you follow these steps, you will be sure to get at least a 70 or above in these classes. Basically, be the most teacher’s pet student ever and everything will be ok.