It can come as a shock when you receive the results from your first test in JC. You might have thoughts like: What happened to the Bs and As I used to get? I even failed some of the papers! What went wrong?
Getting lower grades in JC compared to secondary school is a very common phenomenon, but it doesn’t always mean you are bad at studying or you have become dumber. Poor results may be a result of external and internal factors, so it’s always good to think about what caused your drop in grades and how you can address those issues.
Below, we highlight some of the common issues JC students face that cause them to do badly in tests, along with suggestions on how you can overcome them.