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by smileygirl555 on 11/12/2011 9:39:56 PM
by smileygirl555 on 11/12/2011 9:24:27 PM
Well unfortunatly that stinks and there is not too much to do about it. My advice to you is to tell them the next time they praise you on a good grade how you feel and why. If they yell at you tell them I didnt want to ruin the conversation I just wanted to mention it. Also, like Carol said maybe staple the letter you write to them on your bad grade and tell them that you did your best but you needed help. Ask them for help and go from there! If there are any other questions just post it on my wall. Thanks and Love Always-ABBY(=
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by softballismyBFF on 8/9/2011 12:23:32 PM
@bieberlove586 Hey, sounds like you have a pretty balanced life- good for you! You managed to keep your excellent grades up, have awesome friends, and guys adore you! I'd say you're well off. Don't take it down a notch; what you explained sounded great! Keep up the good work, chica If you need anymore advice, come to my Advice Queen page. (ILoveBigTimeRush1)
by ILoveBigTimeRush1 on 8/4/2011 8:22:52 PM
I think it would be better to get different binders! Tht might be what I'm going to do. A lot of people did that at my school last year, nd it seemed like it really worked! Hope that helped a little.
by Abagepatch on 7/24/2011 9:42:40 PM
I have the exact same problem but my mom is the one who cares more. I broke down crying because she couldn't see if from my point of view. She called me unorganized and things like that. I totally understand where your coming from and give you my best wishes and 100% support!
by brietta42 on 7/22/2011 12:29:50 AM
my parents want me to get good grades and i have nevr gotten less than an a- on ANY reportcard... im friends with popular girls and guys like me and all, but am i missing out on stuff??? should i take it back a notch or am i okay the way i am?? PLEASE I REALLY NEED SOME ADVICE!!!!!
by bieberlover586 on 7/18/2011 1:34:41 PM
Hey, I'm going to be a freshman this next year and I was wondering if it would be better to have one binder per core class or just a folder per class. Thx
by prettytough14 on 7/9/2011 4:59:09 PM
Well, you can always try harder. And if you don't, then it's sometimes your fault, and not your mom's. Sorry to burst your bubble, though!
by Jgard224 on 7/2/2011 9:52:19 PM
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