Passing school entering the college every student faces a serious pressure and that pressure is to score good grades in college. Parents start asking their children to burn midnight oil to get good grades in order to get admissions in highly rated universities. College life is a time when we grow from children to teenagers which is the golden period of everyone’s life. This takes students to a confused state that whether they should sacrifice their enjoyment for studies or risk their careers for the sake of entertainment. This is the time when students need to know how they can score good grades without much effort.
A most commonly practiced mistake that a college student makes is not attending classes. There is a saying that a person gets 80% knowledge by listening and this is what is very important for a college student to take care of. Attending classes takes you to a very comfortable situation before you start to prepare for exams. Entering a class a student should keep in mind that during the lecture he/she should be fully attentive and must not involve themselves in any mind distracting activity. A student should always keep a separate subject copy and a ballpoint and should note whatever the teachers deliver during their lecture.
Latter is very important as you note whatever you understand and that’s what helps you in understanding the topic. During the lecture students don’t understand each and every thing told by the teacher. At this stage majority of students prefer to stay quiet and let the teacher proceed. This hesitation makes them suffer a lot at the end and forces them to give extra efforts to understand or memorize that part. Without getting confused a student should confidently ask anything from teachers during lecture.
Covering these mistakes saves a lot of extra efforts that the students have to make. Understanding things rather than just memorizing them saves a student’s efforts. Students should decrease dependency on academies, studying in college followed by academies wastes a lot of time and increases student efforts a lot. Rather than taking classes on both places a student should attend college regularly and after coming home just revise what is taught in college. This covers his/her syllabus well before time and also doesn’t require much effort. Efforts are required to score good grades in college but these efforts are minimized if made in right direction.