5 Top Tips for Doing Well In School

There are many benefits to doing well at school; it can open up a variety of career opportunities for you in the future. But for many students, doing well at school is easier said than done. Brampton College, a sixth form college in London, has put together the following advice to help students improve their performance at school and get the grades they need to succeed.


Following a schedule will be really beneficial for you as a student because it will help you balance your time between work and play. Without structure, it can be easy to procrastinate and say “I’ll do it later” and before you know it, it’s too late.


If you are constantly distracted from your school work, it will be impossible to do well. You’ll need more than willpower to fight off all of the distractions getting in your way, however, so be sure to turn off notifications on your phone, delete any apps that you’re addicted to, and set up your study space in a quiet environment with no TV.


Organisation is important for students who want to do well in school. Without it, time is often wasted; you’ll end up looking for things like books or notes or you’ll rush your coursework at the last minute. Get yourself a planner and maybe even set up notifications on your phone to remind you to get things done.


Sleep is extremely important if you want to be an effective learner. Try and get a minimum of 8 hours of sleep every night and ensure your sleeping pattern is regular by going to bed and getting up at the same time every day.


The best way to stay engaged in a subject at school is to ask lots of questions about it and talk to your teachers, parents and friends about what you’ve learnt. If you have a question that you think is silly, don’t be afraid to ask it anyway; it’s important you don’t leave your lessons feeling more confused than when you walked in.

What are your top tips for staying on top of your school work? Leave your tips down below!



  1. March 15, 2019 / 2:23 PM

    Asking questions seems to be an easy thing but it really gets the best of me when i’m about to raise a hand for a question when in class. I need to work on it. Nice post, btw!

    • stralthy
      March 15, 2019 / 2:36 PM

      I know what you mean! I had the same problem too when I was in school but things changed a bit now that I am at university. We are fewer students in class and I don’t feel anxious when it comes to asking something..

  2. March 15, 2019 / 10:13 AM

    I like how practical it is and easy to apply.,I’m still a student, so im definitely applying these tips. Thank you xxx

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