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There comes a time in the course of a semester, when you look at your grade and realize that you are a few (or many) points away from the grade you need: to get to that GPA required to apply for the scholarship your mom told you about, to keep your sports scholarship, or to simply pass that general education class you hate with a passion.
If you are lucky, you might catch it early enough in the semester and come up with a strategy to steer it in the right direction. It could mean attending classes more regularly, or participating more in classroom discussions to improve your classroom attendance and participation grade.
On the other hand, you might be late noticing your grade until there’s a little under a month left to the end of the semester. In this case, classroom attendance and participation might not be…
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