For a very long time, I did not have good grades at school. I suffer from attention deficit disorder (ADD), so I always struggled to get good grades until a couple of years ago. These academic difficulties are what helped me become a good student today. I was fortunate to be surrounded by very competent people during elementary school and high school, which encouraged me to stay organized. Subsequently, I became more and more organized until today, where I am very regularly told so by my teachers whenever they see my study system!
In my opinion, being organized is what allows me to get good grades today. I will always remember how I once failed a high school math exam. And as I write these lines, I am now studying engineering, and I got 100% on my midterm math exam! It’s crazy, how much I improved, right?
If you’re in the same position today, as I was a few years ago, know that I believe in you and that anything is possible with a lot of effort! All of the tips that I am giving you today involve getting over the fear of asking questions. If you struggle with that, it is important to get over it so you can get better grades. It’s critical!