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08/09/2017
Start out this new school year with the best foot forward. Follow these easy tips to make it a great school year and develop healthy habits that will help you for life. Starting a new school year means new opportunities to become a better student. From raising your grades, improving your concentration skills, or getting more involved in school, small changes can make a big difference. Here are some tips you can try to make this school year a great one.
  • Set Goals: An excellent way to track your progress is by establishing goals. Outline the steps needed to reach those goals and set up a timeline to complete them.
  • Get Organized: Work on your time-management skills to reduce your stress levels and keep track of your activities and assignments. Get an agenda or download an app and write down all you need to do for the week.
  • Work on Your Notes: Good notes can make studying so much easier. Search online for different note-taking methods and find which one suits you best. You'll thank yourself later.
  • Improve Your Concentration: The ability to focus is one you'll need your whole life. It will help you reach your goals and complete your assignments.
  • Participate Often: Teachers like students who participate and ask questions in class because it shows them you're interested in what they are saying. Participating in class will also help you feel more involved with your group.
  • Have Fun: A good school year needs a great dose of fun. You're young and you shouldn't be overly stressed about school. Take some time to relax and remember that even fun activities can be educational.

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Why don't you use this new school year to improve in a particular school area you're struggling with? A tutoring program can help you out with that. Learn about The Tutoring Center, Centennial CO and their many tutoring options by calling (303) 800-0540.

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