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            Secondary School is about learning, about exploring, about becoming. It's about trying out new ideas, new ways of seeing things, new activities, new friends -- even a new you.                   It's about making mistakes and falling on your butt.

         Anyway, Secondary School is a big step up from Primary school. Then you had one teacher, two at the most. But your grades were simple, because the core of your subjects were with one teacher. Now you have nine different classes to keep up with, and a different teacher for each one! 

 No doubt! Secondary School is a time for growth, particularly intellectually. You feel challenged by the coursework and teacher expectations.     

       Many parents also putting stress on their children because they're concerned about their lives after high school. You must deal with this mounting academic pressure and organization and preparation can help considerably. And of course you don't want to disappoint your parents with horrible grades!

        You fell you are capable of higher grades than the ones you actually get. Let's be real, sometimes school is boring and some subjects are more interesting than others. Which subjects you like and which ones you don't come down to several variables, and one of them is your interest level.  There are lots of little changes you can make in your attitude toward Middle school and your academic habits to be a more successful student.

        The biggest barrier for most teens isn't how smart they are but how diligent they are about learning. And the most common problem new students have is that their study skills are not adequate for Middle school level classes. Studying for classes involves more than just "cramming the night before a test."

        Here you have some suggestions to improve your grade in History and Geography and other Secondary School courses.

   History & Geography - Study Skills and Tips 
        

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