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1. Socializing with a High GPA; How Can it be Done?

The time spent at a college or university is generally characterized by two different phases for most students. The two phases are studying and leisure time for the majority of students at college.

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By Jessica Tellman
Tags: students, colleges, universities, study, GPA, tests, quizzes, homework, assignments
2. Jump-Start Your GPA

You could be a straight A student or a B and C student; no matter which one you are it is always nice to have a way to boost your GPA. The tricky thing with GPA’s is that they only happen twice a year; once at the end of every semester. This can make it hard for you to stay on track, but all you really have to do is get yourself organized and the rest will fall into place; assuming of course that you put the effort in that is required. The following will give you some ideas that could help you give your GPA the push it really needs.

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By Joanne James
Tags: GPA, students, college, schedule, time, work, school, grades, professors
3. 4 Things Every Student Should Focus On

Everyone knows students are very busy. There is a lot to be done in a short amount of time and there is little time left for other activities or even winding down. It can be hard to focus without letting outside influences hold you back, but having a clear idea of what to focus on is the best place to start. There should be certain things in students’ lives that they do not allow people to stand in the way of.

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By John Sheindler
Tags: Focus, students, studying, classes, professors, help, resume, GPA
4. 3 Questions Every Student Should Ask

New students and current students have a lot on their plates. There is a lot of information to be known and much of it is not presented to you unless you specifically ask the right people. You should always feel free to contact your professors with any questions you might having regarding classes or the school. If they do not provide you with the information you are looking for, you should move on to the administration. They are the ones who should know the ins and outs of the school and provide you with the answers you are looking for.

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By Mark Daniels
Tags: Students, questions, professors, administration, GPA, curriculums, events, planning
5. 4 Things Every Student Should Know

There is a lot of information for students to know to make it through high school and college while earning decent grades. There is more for students to know than the information the schools give them, but who is going to inform them? Having gone through college recently, I have come up with a list of four things that every student should know whether they are in college or in high school.

 

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By Sarah Morgans
Tags: professors, help, E-mails, lessons, quizzes, tests, GPA, goals
6. Talking to your Professors: It Could Pay Off

Not everyone has an easy time attaining a high enough GPA (grade point average) to impress their potential employers after graduating from school. If you are struggling in a class, it is to your own benefit to speak privately to a professor during their office hours and try to gain a better understanding of the subject through a one-on-one tutoring session.

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By Mike Kupershteyn
Tags: college, GPA, professor, classroom, study
7. Better Yourself While Earning Better Grades

Everyone could use some improvements in their lives and many in their grades. A great way to improve your GPA is to improve Y-O-U.

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By Student Blogger
Tags: grades, GPA, homework, college
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