10 things proven to improve students’ progress and achievement in school

Do you want to improve your grades and succeed in school?

If so, read on because we’re about to reveal 10 strategies that researchers around the world say are proven to help students achieve more.

We’re talking about world-class scientists at Stanford University, University of Pennsylvania, Gallup, The Sutton Trust and elsewhere, who have been trawling through the facts and figures to discover what really leads to better grades.

You might be surprised by what you’re about to discover, and you’ll probably by happy to hear that “Doing more homework” is NOT on the list!

You don’t have to figure this out on your own

We urge you not to wing it when it comes to improving your grades in school. You don’t have to go it alone or try to figure out from scratch, which study strategies work because experts have already done the research for you.

Smart students use evidence-based strategies that have been proven to work by independent researchers. They take those techniques and test them for themselves. Once they figure out which techniques work for them, they use those techniques at home in in the classroom to advance their progress every day.

The good news is that when you seek evidence and advice from top professionals, you can save time, avoid failure and quickly accelerate your levels of achievement.

A holistic approach to your achievement

What we like about this list of effective strategies is that it proves a holistic approach to academic achievement. In other words, it doesn’t just focus on study skills, memory techniques and cramming in more lessons.

Instead, researchers have discovered there are many varied factors that combine to affect your progress in school. These critical factors include what you do with:

  • Your mind
  • Your emotions
  • Your body
  • Your communication and teamwork with others

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10 strategies for success in school

Here’s what researchers have discovered you can do to increase your success in school (in no particular order of importance):

  • 1. Develop a GROWTH MINDSET
  • 2. Raise your HOPE and ASPIRATIONS for the future
  • 3. Increase your ENGAGEMENT in learning and self-development
  • 4. Strengthen your GRIT and RESILIENCE
  • 5. Enhance your EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE and control
  • 6. Get a positive MENTOR, COACH or ROLE MODEL
  • 7. Better COMMUNICATION and FEEDBACK habits with your teachers
  • 8. Improve your ability to learn and work in a TEAM
  • 9. Upgrade your LEARNING & THINKING skills
  • 10. Boost your ENERGY, health and wellbeing

The good news is that all of these things can be learned and mastered by anyone.

Indeed, that’s exactly what Kevin Mincher does in his new Power Learning 2.0 seminar – he teaches students how to make habits of these 10 proven success strategies. Click here for more details on how to make a booking for your school.

Irrespective of whether you attend Kevin’s new seminar, what matters is that you consider how you’re going to implement these insights, and other proven methods, into your personal strategy for success.

Please use the comments section below to tell us what has helped you improve your performance in school?

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2 thoughts on “10 things proven to improve students’ progress and achievement in school”

  1. Great job Kevin, utterly inspiring, I’ve been doing the 10 second thing. It’s really helped motivate me to achieve my dreams.

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