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  1. How to Be Best in Academics

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    Being best in academics can unlock a lot of certificates for your C.V. It’s better to start getting them know for a scholarship in Harvard A good degree gets a good job

    1 Set targets. Always know why and what your working for and why. As well as get
    motivations. Mostly try choosing songs that make you stand up and study. Always    take a reason to study. Might be for your parents. Or for your friends. Or to show        someone what you are.

    2. Make a timetable. Make sure to revise daily and give each subject enough time. Try extending beyond. wake up early to study. Sleep late on Saturdays.

    3. Take tips and give tips. Always ask friends for revision tips and give them. But
    avoid telling them everything ,gotta keep secrets.

    4. Always consult a teacher. Ask teachers when in confusion. Force them to give you extra assignments

    5. Pay attention in class and participate. It always motivates you.

    6. Always do research. Books are your best friends and so is a library

    7.  Monitor your progress and don’t feel disappointed.

    8. Always keep practicing. Finally will you top class.

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  2. 10 Reading Apps for Kids Who Hate Books

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    From fairytales to Harry Potter, you’ve tried everything to foster a love of books in your reluctant reader, but he still prefers his Wii to curling up with a childhood classic. It’s time to throw your old motivational tactics out the window. Today’s technology brings together the fun of video games... Comment
  3. The Homework Debate

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    By Johanna Sorrentino Every school day brings something new, but there is one status quo most parents expect: homework. The old adage that practice makes perfect seems to make sense when it comes to school work. But, while hunkering down after dinner among books and worksheets might seem like a natural... Comment
  4. The Benefits of Team Sports

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    By Lucy Rector Filppu The stereotype of the cutthroat, pushy Little League coach is all too familiar to most people. Why, some parents ask, should I subject my child to competitive team sports if that’s how it goes? For one thing, the news. Today’s generation of children is fighting the worst... Comment
  5. Tips for Academic Success

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    Use these tips and techniques to improve your academic performance and optimize your learning experience. Attend classes regularly Remember that no one makes you attend class, but with UC San Diego’s fast-paced quarter system, you miss valuable information if you skip a class session. Get to know your instructors and TAs... Comment
  6. Time Saving Tips for Teachers

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    by K. J. Wagner At times, teaching can be overwhelming. You have stacks of papers to grade, conferences to attend, grades to calculate, emails to respond to, and, if there is any time left—teach. So much to do, and so little time in which to accomplish it. Included herein are teacher-tested...

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