The good and triggering thing in the mind of every parents/guardians mind is how their child will get a good score in the examination. Securing good grades is not that easy nor is impossible. We have pinpointed a few brilliant tips for students to secure good grades


Nobody can help you but it is you who can help yourself. So the very first step is you have to be determined that you will achieve it by hook or crook and you are ready to go through anything that comes your way.

Drop your bad habits:

You might be wondering how is a good habit related to a good score but yes it is related. If you have a bad habit of wasting a lot of time on social media like Facebook, Twitter, or youtube. Of course, it is going to hamper your study and grades.  So try to figure out what are your bad and worst habits which are the blockage for your study. It can be like you watch a lot of TV. You love to roam or hang out with friends more than required. It’s totally dependent on the individual. So ask yourself what are your bad habits or you can take help from your parents and elders and try to get rid of them as soon as possible. If you did not drop your bad habits then it will be you who is responsible for bad exam scores. Quit smoking if you do. Quit gambling. Quit drinking alcohol or any other drugs if you are consuming it.

Make a Good Learning Environment:

The environment around you helps you stay longer or focused more on your study. For easy steps, you can try to make your room out of reach from electronic gadgets. You can paste some motivational postures on your room walls. Keep your room clean and healthy.

Collect Proper resources:

Make sure you have all the learning materials before you start preparing. collect good notes prepared by you or from your friends. Buy some good books referred by teachers. If you have all the resources pre-collected you won’t digress during the time of study. You don’t have to waste time later searching for the materials you required here and there from door to door or shop to shop

Be disciplined:

Discipline does not just mean regularly doing your homework. Discipline also means keeping yourself focused and staying connected to what you want to achieve 100% of the time. For example, you decided to wake up early and read regularly but if you break it because your friends got some work then you are not a disciplined guy.

Be in Positive Group circle:

If you have friends who give a damn about your studies they will surely make you the same or you might get influenced or disturbed because of them. Try your best to be out of reach to such groups at least until you give your final examinations. Being in a group and studying is not bad but make sure the group members have the same goals.

No social media:

Youngsters these days are wasting a lot of time on social media. So from the day, you determined to score highest, you also have to abandon social media. It will save plenty of your time for you. If you are too much addicted to it. Try to slowly reduce your use time. If you can’t give up as soon as possible.

Proper Planning:

Always make the right planning before you seat for study. Make a plan about how you are going to start. Which subjects to read first and which at the end? If there are no gaps between some exams then you have to assign more time to such subjects for study. You may have a lot more time for harder subjects than an easier one.


Always put enough time to revise everything you have read. We human beings obviously forget things so you have to revise from time to time if required.

Try to be more Practical:

Many of the students have the habit of mocking whatever is taught or is there in the books rather than trying to understand what the core concept is exactly. If you understand things practically than you can remember it for a longer time and even can write better than someone who has just mocked it without understanding the core concepts.

Be confident in Basics:

Master the basics first. Trying to learn advanced concepts without knowing the basic is a waste of time. If you find something difficult. Prepare for the basics first and gradually things will start to become easier for you. For example, without knowing the basic trigonometry formula you won’t be able to accomplish the complex problems right.

Be consistent:

Always be consistent in what you do. Everything is hard in the beginning. Most of the students give up when they start finding things difficult. If you regularly practice even a hard subject becomes easier for you. It is just a matter of time. So don’t forget to be consistent.

Take a Break:

Research shows instead of learning continuously for hours and hours. It’s good to learn with a few minutes of break in the middle. Take a few minutes of break for refreshment in the middle of your studies but don’t take it too long either.

Take Extra Classes:

If you are too weak in the subjects or you have totally lost confidence. You might take some extra classes to uplift yourself on the subjects you feel are difficult. You can ask help from your teachers to give you some extra hours personally on certain topics you haven’t understood. You can take help from your senior brother or sisters to teach you. Never hesitate to ask for help from your seniors or teachers.

Eat healthy foods:

As we know, without good health you can not study well and concentrate. No student can give the exam if he/she is sick. So to maintain this you must maintain good health. Maintain proper hygiene by bathing regularly at good intervals of the day according to the season. Eat fruits and green vegetables that are good for the body and mind. No snacking outside and eating junk food. Try to avoid junk foods as much as possible.

Do exercise:

Regular exercise keeps your mind-body healthy and gives you the energy to concentrate more. It increases your stamina to read more than you usually do. Exercise keeps your dopamine high making you healthy and happy.