According Wikipedia, GPA is a standard measurement of different levels of understanding within the subject area. The grade itself can be given in letters such A, B, C, D, or else, then given as ranges such as 1.0 – 4.0 as descriptor (very good, large, satisfactory, need improvement), in percentage, or, as is common in some post-secondary institutions in some countries, as a Grade Point Average (GPA).
GPA is a measure of student’s ability up to a certain period calculated based on the number of subjects taken. So, how do I get a high GPA value? Here are some tricks you can do to get it.
- Align Your Intention
Yeah right, it all started from the intention. If the intention is wrong, then the next steps and the results will be problematic and not maximal. Review your intentions to get the highest GPA. And also set goals to reach the highest GPA. Take note of your intentions and goals, and if necessary stick them on the wall. Because if in the middle of the process of effort achievement you feel desperate, bored, no longer strong, then you can be aroused by re-read your intentions and goals set previously.
- Study Diligently
It’s an old trick that has been often echoed and also often heard. But the authors do not deny that if you want to get a high GPA then you must also study hard. Diligent learning means being eagerly continuing in learning whatever happens. you will be excited when you attend classes, excited when doing lecture assignments, excited when reading text books, eager to read many scientific journal papers, excited when making a material summary (resume), excited when doing preparatory work assignments, and excited when doing everything other academic activities.
- Do Your Tasks and Do Some Essay
Do all the assignments that given in the lecture or practicum. Do not delay any more work. Do the task wherever and whenever. Especially now most of the students have many who have laptops. The reason for not doing the task because queuing in the computer rental or in the cafe is no longer relevant. With the laptop then the task can be done anywhere and anytime. Provided that the laptop battery is still sufficient then the task can continue to work.
After study and doing some tasks, of course you need to do some essay to practice your theory. Some students may ask “where can I find the essay?” or maybe “should I buy essay book?”. For the second question, then you’ll continue to ask “can I buy an essay now?” well, you can do your own way to get it. The most important thing is, either way you choose, you still need to do some essay.
- Active in the class
To achieve the highest GPA then you need to be active in the class. Active in this class can be an active question when the lecturer gives a chance to ask questions. Dare to ask my friend if the lecturer opened question and answer session. You can ask about the material that has just been delivered by the lecturer when it is felt there is not clear. Or my friend can also ask about other things that have not been revealed in the lecture and coincidence pal read in the text book (text book) or the journal paper the result of independent study the night before. Sometimes lecturers do not explain more because of the limited time face to face.
- Set time and thought
To get the highest GPA, then you also need to set the use of time and mind. Well the heavy is to divide the mind. Dividing that time is easier than dividing the mind. Spending time can be done by creating a schedule of activities. The problem is when we have disciplined to keep the schedule of activities that have been determined but our minds are still difficult to be conditioned to focus on the activities that have been set. For example, when my friend was in class to present the task in front of the class but your mind is still hover thinking about the results of the organization meeting is still problematic. Or vice versa, when organizational meetings are in progress, the mind buddies are still hovering on unpolished college assignments. Herein lies the challenge, you need to learn to conditioning the switching of the mind from focusing on one activity to another.