in my experience..and no offense, its because you may of had one or two low tests or assignments that are weighed more heavily than typical class assignments such as lets say for example:
classwork is 25% of you overall grade
pop quizzes are 15%
participation is 10%
presentations or projects are 20%
and tests are 30% of your grade..
lets say you did all your class work, and did participation (because you were there right?), and did fairly well on pop quizzes...but you bombed out on one of your tests, and or didn't do so well on a project? that is what would bring your grade down. as far as bridging the gap without extra credit of some sort I don't see it happening. I suggest you get with your teacher and ask him or her what you could do about your grade and show them that you REALLY care about your grade..maybe see about a re take. however a B is still above average so cheer up kiddo :)
the d made it go down. you have to just work really hard to get a's or b's on your next quizzes+tests and keep up with your homework
Make sure you're studying regularly, rather than cramming (if you happen to do that). Also, ask the instructor to review any concepts you are unsure of . . . try to find out what you should be studying before the test. If you're doing poorly on assignments, see your instructor at an appropriate time to discuss how you may improve.
talk to your teacher
Ask if you can do a suplimentary paper or redo a paper to raise your grade.
no have to do extra credit
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