Proven Secrets to Achieving Very High CGPA in Schools

Have you been reading without success? Are you scared of how to graduate with a First Class result?  Here are the proven secrets of acquiring a laudable CGPA from your school.

The greatest anxiety, and even fright, of any first year student is usually the concern of how to maintain a good Cumulative Grade Point Average which is university total evaluation of students’ performances in a given academic year.

Such anxiety is most natural since parents expect nothing short of excellence from their children on whom they spend fortunes to ensure that they are academically equipped to face the ruthless challenges of life.

Note: The state of your CGPA is what determines your stand in applying for and winning mouthwatering scholarship opportunities all over the world.

It may interest you to know that studying almost every minute does not actually guarantee you a high CGPA. Moreso, that you have too much money in your bank account, which you can withdraw some wads and grease the hands of your lecturers for better grades, does not equally give you the edge of securing high grades either.

Believe me, not all lecturers are eager to collect even a million naira for a common D grade in your exam.

What is C.G.P.A?

As culled from Quora, CGPA is a grade pointing system used in the educational sector. Cumulative Grade Points known as the CGPA, is the average of the calculated grade points  is scored in all the subjects.

This is the computational method using in determining the grades and academic throughput of students in most tertiary institutions.

What is means is that for you to graduate with either a First Class or Third Class, the C.G.P.A must be consulted.

But the details is, however, beyond the scope of this article. If you are new to this, you can learn more using the comment section.

The fundamental questions remains: what can I do to maintain a high CGPA?

You will agree with me, of course, that everything in life has their secrets of success. The secret of maintaining a high CGPA is not something next to impossibility.

It is something you can try and attest to, only if consistency and determination become the very principle on which your life is built.

Why You Need these Tips on How to Maintain a High CGPA

We need not remind you that universities around the world produce millions of graduates annually.

The unfortunate thing is that there are limited job opportunities for these graduates that are produced every year.

This is as a result of the hard fact that firms, public corporations, and industries do not proliferate in the measure that would dovetail with the teeming number of graduates that are constantly produced.

Accordingly, what we have is a situation where the job market is highly competitive. Only the most qualified stand the chance of securing a job in the midst of such fierce competition.

And you know as well as I do that your qualification for any job is mostly measured by the class division, which is determined by your CGPA, in your certificate.

If you want to be the most beckoned for in the midst of millions that are ever ready for the limited job opportunities, learn, assimilate and practice these proven secrets that are listed here below.

The Secrets of High C.G.P.A inn School

We are very much aware that university can be tough, but you want to have impressive grades so you can get a good job or go to graduate school. Here is how to maintain a 4.0 or more in school. Try them and feed us back with testimonies. They include:

  1. Have a Balanced Timetable

The first thing to do, as regards your academic success, when you get admitted into any school is to plan a workable and comprehensive timetable. Before you do that though, you must know the number of courses you are to offer in a semester.

Such knowledge will help in shaping the number of subjects you are to feature in your timetable as the number of subjects you will be reading on a daily basis. This means, for instance, that you offer eight courses in your class within a week, you should endeavour to structure the time in a such a way that there is a non-negotiable time you should have to go through those eight subjects within seven days.

Every single knowledge tend to get glued to the brain when revised within the timeframe in which it is learnt Ị

As a balanced timetable, it should include your extracurricular engagements. A popular aphorism has it that all work without play makes jack a dull boy.

So, always include your fellowship time (if you are the church type), your time for sports, the time for the different activities arising from school organizations you may belong, and even your time for leisure etc in your school timetable.

When all these are carefully incorporated into your timetable, you will be amazed at how you will be academically and socially equipped for any exam.

  1. Set Your Priorities Right

Focus on what you want to achieve. This is most important. If grade like 4.0 is your number one priority, you will get it. But to see this happen you have to sacrifice a lot that make you happy. The items of sacrifice may include friends, families, favourite games, clubbing and even your most adored religious gathering.

We are not saying that you shouldn’t do any of these things. Of course, noỊ our point is that you should not devote much time in doing all the leisure time doing the things mentioned above.

  1. Do Not Joke with Your Classes

Whether attendance is part of the grade or not, always show up in all your classes. Attend classes regularly. You will agree with me that only a handful of lecturers are able to complete their course outline in class.

What most lecturers do is that they more often than not set their questions from the things they say in class. And you are not sure of whether the smart and intelligent student you always rely on his note may have covered all the key aspects of the things the lecturer must have said.

What then do you do when questions relating to the ones the note you intend to copy fails to capture pops up? The best way to avoid the danger of failing any exam is to attend the classes, no matter how inconvenient.

  1. Stay Organised

The university is always full of activities. Ensure that you are informed about the exact time for your numerous tests and class presentations. Your knowledge of the time will give you the ample opportunity of planning ahead of the tests as regards reading and revision.

  1. Approach All Academic Stress with Stiff Determination

The primary objective of any student is to learn and you should not be offended by this. Consider all the academic stress as your ample opportunity to improve yourself. See it as needful to commit to  your studies. But in most cases, one may find it hard to continue. But as smart beings, this is the right time to give your fears the best that they do not actually desire. The only proven secret on how to achieve a very high CGPA is embedded in your ability to do what you could not do at all time.

  1. Take Your Homework Seriously

30 percent of your total marks in a particular course depend on the number of assignment given out in a term. You may feel discouraged to continue when, for instance, a lecturer gives up to five assignments in a single course. Don’t be deceived. Do not say that you have done a particular one, and then it can augment for the one you did not do. It may interest you to know that the lecturer may eventually decide to make use of one assignment out of the entire five assignments. And if you are so unlucky to have missed, the one he chooses to make use of, it automatically means that thrown your 30 marks to the wind. The safest thing to do is to do all your recommended homework.

  1. Have a Friend or Group You Study With

Have you noticed that one of your friends takes excellent notes, or seems to have insights that are consistently praised? You may need such friend to academically reason with. As an editor, I must admit that my ability to handle English words was a blessing from a friend who was always there to correct my grammatical blunders, those days in school. If you don’t know anyone in your class and approaching someone causes you to have anxiety, see if any classmates have already organized a study group. If not, find a way to share it in class, and find out if other students are interested in studying together.

  1. Make Use of the School Resources

Whether you need help in a specific class, a second pair of eyes for your research papers or advice on overcoming academic obstacles, take advantage of student resources at your school. Be aware of all the student services offered on your campus, like academic counseling or tutoring, in case you need them.

Always make use of your departmental and school libraries. A properly furnished and maintained library provides a conducive ground for productive learning and extensive research needed for the accumulation of impressive CGPA.

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