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I understand concepts yet I still earn mediocre grades in essay writing?

a little help please; in a lot of theoretical classes i’ve earned at least a B or a B+… but I’m having trouble in just English Compositionthe teacher says I need to brush up on grammar but that’s an issue because no teacher has told me that in my history of education; therefore we never […]

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I suspect i am a dyslexic. I am scoring poor grades for my English.?

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Hi all,Since young, i am always scoring poor grades for my languages, especially english. For O level, i scored all 4As and 1B for my math, science and humanity but i got a D for English. I can’t speak fluent English and sometimes even my first language, Chinese. I don’t know much about vowel like […]

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Are my grades too low to get into colleges like MIT and Princeton?

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Hi. I am an eleventh grader from India. I rank third in my class, but because of the education system and the steep learning curve in eleventh grade, my 11th grade score(around 83%) may not convey that. I will also require a lot of financial aid. I know that a lot of other stuff like […]

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I’m taking AP Exams for US History, World History, Psychology. What should I do to guarantee grades I want?

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I really want a 5 on the Us History exam. For World History and Psychology I want to do just as well also, but I would be satisfied with a 4 or 3. Any recommendations for effective review books, study techniques, essay writing, test taking skills, when to start studying, etc. would be helpful. Thanks […]

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Are my grades good enough for an ivy university?

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im currently a junior in high school, i dont know if my grades and extra curriculars are good enough for a college like stanford, do i even have a small chance?Freshman gpa (one honors)~3.8Sophomore gpa (two honors, one AP)~3.8Junior gpa (two honors, two AP)~4.0 (1st semester)As for extracurriculars, ive done community service, and im really […]

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In school, how do you not let grades change your opinion of yourself and your work?

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My second-mother – a teacher I am extremely close to – told me that I should not let a grade impair my view of my work and of myself. This is particularly important for me as I am a neurotic perfectionist, whereby the value of my productivity defines my value, in this situation school grades. […]

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I am extremely worried about my grade, but my professor is too strict with grades?

This is due to my own procrastination. I procrastinated in my Macroeconomics course. I got B+ on both exams taken so far. There is one final exam (not cumulative), and if I miss more than 4 points, I will get a B instead of an A in the course. I ma majoring in Business or […]

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Should students get paid for getting good grades?

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I’m writing a persuasive essay on why students SHOULD get paid/get a reward for having good grades.. I already have, motivation, and the ability to buy their own stuff. I need one more. Please, thanksssss!:)

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Getting good grades? In grade 11, I did really poorly and I’m in grade 12 now, and I was determined to get?

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good marks until my one teacher whom I had last year and I had a 15% in his class, and passing is 50% anyways so I have that teacher this year, and in my one class with him we were talking about cheating and he said he knows when we cheat and he said cause […]

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Java Array HELP(I should have a GradedActivity array named grades with 4 elements)?

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package programming_challanges;import Chapter09.GradedActivity;public class CourseGrades {public static void main(String[] args){ int FinalExam,essay,PassFailExam,GradedActiv… // Create an array of GradedActivity references. GradedActivity.grades = new int grades.grade[4]; // The first grades is a regular exam with a // numeric score of 95. grades[0] = new grades();grades[0].setLab(95); // The second grade is a pass/fail test. The // student missed […]

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