Re: I'm not sure if I have a problem but it seems like it?
Take the easy way out. If you are having trouble with an english book for an example go to [url]www.sparknotes.com[/url] or something to clarify points you didn't understand from the book. This is a good way to ACE the test because it only emphasizes the main points, and it will even give you topics for essays.
If the history book is giving you trouble(many of them are written with unnecessary flowery language and with unnecessary pointless patriotism) go online and find study guides or buy yourself a review book for the class. Usually the review books are written better with less ambiguous wording. I find myself reading our textbook for S.S. TWO times to get the message out of it and one more time for memorization. Just give up on school textbooks man, they are purposely dry, boring, and unreadable.
In math, JUST DO YOUR HOMEWORK. Usually the teacher will go over the homework. If you do not understand it, or get ANY question wrong ask them to explain it better.
Last edited by computer707; 01-24-2004 at 08:36 PM.