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    I recently joined this forum for help in my studying! Im from Sweden but thogh that my school is way different from swedish schools! Because I am going in an International English School! But I have an opponent! My friend has reallly good grades in maths and some other subjects! He thinks that im a***ole, I want to show him who I really am and what I aim for! SO I REALLY NEED HELP FROM YOU PEOPLE! What are your advices to me?
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    (Original post by navyou14)
    Hello!
    I recently joined this forum for help in my studying! Im from Sweden but thogh that my school is way different from swedish schools! Because I am going in an International English School! But I have an opponent! My friend has reallly good grades in maths and some other subjects! He thinks that im a***ole, I want to show him who I really am and what I aim for! SO I REALLY NEED HELP FROM YOU PEOPLE! What are your advices to me?
    Work hard, simple.
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    Your friend thinks you're an ahole?
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    (Original post by zetamcfc)
    Work hard, simple.
    That's literally the answer...

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    (Original post by navyou14)
    Im doing my best to work hard
    Don't forget the motivation - do you have an inspiration? If not, find one and if it's a celebrity, watch any videos of them at public speeches. They are really motivational and inspirational!! Good luck

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    (Original post by navyou14)
    Hello!
    I recently joined this forum for help in my studying! Im from Sweden but thogh that my school is way different from swedish schools! Because I am going in an International English School! But I have an opponent! My friend has reallly good grades in maths and some other subjects! He thinks that im a***ole, I want to show him who I really am and what I aim for! SO I REALLY NEED HELP FROM YOU PEOPLE! What are your advices to me?
    Something I told myself when studying was not to "duck out". That means I stayed at it even though I wanted to distract myself. In school many people can coast by and get decent grades but to really improve on them, it's a case of putting in a bit more dedication than normal.

    I'd suggest making a time table to make your time more efficient. Stick to it even if some sessions don't go well.
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    (Original post by ravioliyears)
    Don't forget the motivation - do you have an inspiration? If not, find one and if it's a celebrity, watch any videos of them at public speeches. They are really motivational and inspirational!! Good luck

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    (Original post by navyou14)
    Hello!
    I recently joined this forum for help in my studying! Im from Sweden but thogh that my school is way different from swedish schools! Because I am going in an International English School! But I have an opponent! My friend has reallly good grades in maths and some other subjects! He thinks that im a***ole, I want to show him who I really am and what I aim for! SO I REALLY NEED HELP FROM YOU PEOPLE! What are your advices to me?
    To be honest, I'm lucky enough that i don't need to work that hard to get good grades. By that I mean i don't spend hours daily studying my trick is to do every homework that you are given and meet the deadline at all times, use websites that have useful information related to your subject (BBC Bitesize for UK people), buy books with lots of questions, and most importantly, past papers!! By doing them you will know what difficulty to expect from your exams As I said, i don't study everyday though (although i do recommend doing so for at least 2-3 hours), i usually start doing these a few days before i have a test, and a week before an exam at minimum. You could also try doing some brain activities that could help with your memory. Hope this helped
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    (Original post by navyou14)
    Hello!
    I recently joined this forum for help in my studying! Im from Sweden but thogh that my school is way different from swedish schools! Because I am going in an International English School! But I have an opponent! My friend has reallly good grades in maths and some other subjects! He thinks that im a***ole, I want to show him who I really am and what I aim for! SO I REALLY NEED HELP FROM YOU PEOPLE! What are your advices to me?
    stay away from the chat room and visit maths forum at

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=38
 
 
 
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