Nothing is more important than doing your very best academically through the end of your junior year. The single most important factor that colleges across the country weigh when assessing your application credentials is your grade point average. They all want to see your academic performance at the very least remaining stable, ideally showing an upward trend. Even though you are probably looking longingly to the end of the semester, now is the time to marshal all your energy and sprint to the end!
This is the month you’ve been waiting for, working towards over the past three years of high school, and now it’s time to make your choice. Here are some things to think about:
Students with mood disorders and emotional problems are more likely to struggle with their school work than their peers. In fact, sometimes the stress of school and the social atmosphere can make it very difficult for a student to complete even the most basic of tasks. When concentration and focus are extremely low, a student’s ability to keep up might feel like an arduous journey. Yet, many steps can be taken outside and inside of the school to make sure any mood disorder or emotional problem doesn’t halt or trip up your student’s success in school. Tutors can also help to keep a student organized and to aid in finding other ways to study that feel more comfortable.