For everything, there is a cause and effect. Your grades don’t just go down without certain mistakes on your part.
If you have realized that your academic performance needs attention, then it is not too late to take necessary actions.
This article exposes the possible 15 mistakes that may have contributed to your grades (GPA) drop.
The following are the top mistakes that may cost you good grades:
The 15 letters above are the grave where opportunities are buried. Don’t push things to the future if you can address them in the present.
Killing time is not murder, it is suicide. Don’t wait for the exams to close before you begin adequate preparations.
One reason you should stop swimming in the ocean of procrastination is that you cannot predict the future. Today is the only asset you are sure of. Say no to procrastination.
Comparison is not proof of anything. Life is not to compete but to complete.
You say; “Mr. A uses this approach and it works for him, so let me do the same” or “I want to be like Peter”. Now, who is Peter? I don’t know but certainly not you. Just be unique; look for what produces the best result for you and stick to it.
3. So Much Pride
Nothing kills your GP faster than when you begin to form ‘Mr. Pompous’. when you are proud, you become too heavy for people to carry.
Humble yourself to learn what you don’t know. Ask questions, and seek help even from your juniors.
4. Being Too Shy
You are too shy to relate with people.
Have you forgotten that according to research, you remember a lot when you teach others or engage in group discussions? if your GP is affected because you are shy, it is time to work on yourself.
5. Bad Association
Are your close friends those who are not serious academically? then stop complaining about your poor performance.
Like I always say, your friends are the picture of your future. Review your association immediately.
6. Too Much Relaxation
You can’t be sleeping too much and expect your GPA to be awake.
Too much Sleep hasn’t helped you o. You need to check and balance that thing that makes your eyes always close.
7. Blame Game
You always have reasons to blame your lecturers or friends for your poor performance. In the beginning, it was not so.
The earlier you start taking full responsibility for your life, the better.
8. Last Success Syndrome
You relaxed because you did very well the other time. Have you forgotten so soon that your last achievement is your greatest enemy? it doesn’t make sense, but it does.
Look back occasionally but forward continuously.
9. Settling For Less
You decided to take anything that comes your way. Have you forgotten that any GP can be 0.5? go for what you want.
Don’t let anyone tell you to settle for less. Your GPA trend continues until you decide to aim for the very best.
It is better to die standing than to continuously live in your knees.
Don’t have a scattered academic or reading life. Be consistent in your dealings.
11. Skipping Classes
Some of the things your lecturer says in class are the prophecies of your exam questions. You skipped the class, there you missed the Rhema. Academic Rhema is the key to your success.
12. Scheme Not Completed
The part you left out may likely come out on the exam.
Try to cover as much as possible before the exam. The issue of not completing the scheme can be overcome by starting early and being consistent.
13. Tech Addiction
Your addiction to Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, games, films, phones, and so on, are not helping matters as well.
Try to put some limits on your social life.
14. Lack of Improvements
Self-improvement is the beginning of self-discovery. Don’t use the last session’ information to solve this semester’s reality. Learn how to answer exam questions.
You should be able to explain this one better.
You are permitted to allow distractions from the opposite sex. That is if it doesn’t’ affect your GPA. Else, run very fast. Tell yourself the truth in this aspect.
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