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Time is the most precious resource you have. Do you really have to sacrifice much of it for good grades? Image Source

There is a strange balancing act that most students are forced to endure.

It’s the balance between school and everything else in life.

Most students want to do well in school. It’s nice to have grades that you’re proud of. At the very least, no one wants to get grades they’re embarrassed about. Good grades mean different things to different people though.

Grades can mean anything from:

  • Better futures
  • More time with friends
  • A way to show off
  • Less parental whining
  • All kinds of good stuff

It’s not as easy as wanting good grades though.

Grades don’t come free. Typically, they cost time. You need to spend the time to study. You need to spend the time to work. You need to spend the time to organize. Good grades often require you invest some of your time.

How precarious is this balance though? Is there a way to get better grades without sacrificing all your time?

You do not need to sacrifice much time to get great grades.
To get top notch grades it gets a little bit more complicated.

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