Can I get my grades up in 2-3 weeks and can you give me advice if there is??
I NEED HELP VERY BAD!!!! Okay I have bad bad bad grades and I don't want to flunk out of school or anything(like dropping out,kicked out, etc) and become like my cousins and aunts who are older than me and be in the Nixon girls group that are too stupid to succeed in life. I have a goal to graduate high school and be the FIRST girl in my family to do that but the way my grades are I don't think do.... Anyways is there any thing I can do to get my grades up here they are WORST to BEST ALGEBRA F SOCIAL STUDIES D ENGLISH D READING C HEALTH B BIOLOGY B CHORALE B I KNOW THESE ARE HORRIBLE, if you knew my dad, Is there anyway I can get my grades up to at least Cs or possibly Bs and As in about 2 -3 weeks! I NEED ADVICE PLEASE ANYONE OUT THERE WHO CAN HELP ME PLEASE IM BEGGING. Here's a list of things that will help with the advice For algebra we never get homework Social studies we have a lot of map memorizing and we are on Asia English were going to work on project big one Reading vocabulary throwing me off Health test throwing me off (always 50 questions) Biology nothing really maybe things I don't get It throws me off Chorale just missing class a lot because of meeting with dean and assessments.
Asked By: Sarah - 2/22/2013
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Talk to your guidance counselor. Your school doesn't want you to fail--makes the school look bad. Your guidance counselor is going to work hard to make sure you have a plan... More
Answered By: Katharine - 2/22/2013
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Why not ask your teacher?
Answered By: K Martin - 2/22/2013
Don't look in the long run, look at grades on a day to day basis. Make an effort that each day you will get an A or B. note the upcoming test and study for that. Don't worry about your grades 3 weeks later. Worry about them 3 days later
Answered By: Oops I did it again - 2/22/2013
It all depends on how your teachers grade. Some give credit for class participation, homework, quizzes , midterm and final tests. To raise your grades in 2-3 weeks you must be approaching a grading period. The best way to raise a grade is to do well on the final test of the marking period. You have probably heard of... More
Answered By: PracticaL Mentor - 2/23/2013
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