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Tips to get through your school year

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Arman H

During your stay at Rosemont, you might have a hard time getting through the school year. This article will give you tips to get through this year. These tips may even help you in your next year of school.
This article is about specific actions you want to do during the time you have left in your school years before you graduate from high school.
The first tip is about studying well. You see, there are a lot of people who do not don’t study correctly. For example, when studying, some people try to cram everything in a single study session. Instead, study one topic at a time. After all, it is much easier than trying to cram everything in a single day. It is also better for your mind since you won’t be awake until school begins trying to remember everything for a final, after all, being awake trying to remember everything is hard, and you probably didn’t get enough sleep for your mind to function during the test.
The second tip is not to be embarrassed to ask for help when you need it. probably embarrassed to ask for help, which is understandable, but you shouldn’t be. Asking for help is alright. For example, if you don’t understand a topic in math class, you could ask your teacher for help with that topic in math. Don’t be afraid to ask, but some math teachers might ask you to ask other students first, or perhaps even come to help you, but just repeat the question.
If something is going on at home, perhaps talking to a trusted adult or a trusted friend might help, like your grandparents or your best friend, since if they are your trusted friend/adult, they’ll gladly listen to your problems and try to help as best as they can.
The third tip is to have a good diet and to respect your body. Eating well is important for your body since your body needs food to function properly. So try to eat well, like eating more fruits and vegetables, or other foods like meat and yogurt. It’s also important to know that it’s alright to eat foods like chocolate, just don’t eat it too much, since eating too much of any food, even if it’s healthy is bad for your health, which means that your body might not function properly, and since your body might not be able to function properly, it will affect your school and home life.
The fourth tip is to not stress over your grades. Lots of students stress over their grades, which they shouldn’t be doing. Speaking truthfully, failing a test is bad, but you shouldn’t worry about it too much. Just because you got a bad grade in school or failed a test doesn’t mean your life is over. Some people are also stressed because they didn’t get a 100 on an assignment or a test. If they get a 95 and stress that they didn’t get a 100 a 95 is still an excellent score, so students shouldn’t be stressing over that. Grades aren’t everything, and you don’t need to be perfect.
The fifth tip is a bit more specific. If you’re getting bullied or harassed by someone, try to ignore them. People who usually bully or harass others are going through a hard time. Perhaps they have an abusive household or their parents are getting divorced, but that doesn’t and will never justify their bullying. So try to ignore them. They are usually looking for your attention since they don’t get it from their parents, and if you respond to their harassment or bullying they’ll probably bully you more since they know you are feeding them the attention they have a hunger for.

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Arman Harutyunyan, Tech Editor, Photographer
Arman Harutyunyan is a thirteen-year-old kid who's living in Southern California as of now. His favorite animal is a tiger since he thinks it's very cool and awesome. He now goes to Rosemont Middle School, he also works as a JA in the office, so you might see him in the office when you go there during the school year.
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