Are you really "Trying your best?"

"Trying your best" means studying for a test in advance. It means taking your time to complete a project or asking for help when you don't understand something. "Trying your best" is not waiting until the last minute to study. It's not depending on extra credit to get a higher grade. "Trying your best" means you really put forth effort inside and outside the classroom.

So if you find yourself with a low grade, ask yourself, "Did I really try my best?"


August 10, 2015

To register for the Junot Diaz event at USC, click here. In case you missed it, click the word here.


June 28, 2015

AP Literature students, read the Literary Analysis Writing Guide. In case you missed it, click the phrase "Literary Analysis Writing Guide".