If you can deal with those situations you probably can deal with anything. School is like a testing ground for your emotional, spiritual, and mental character.
Think about what school subjects is the most challenging and write them down. Maybe your parents and teachers have encouraged you to put more effort into those subjects. They are not trying to make your life difficult, they want you to do your best to master those subjects. If the pressure is making you give up, try to consider these 3 vital points.
Point 1: Have a healthy attitude when it comes to learning.
It will be hard to learn if you have a negative view of school. Look at the big picture. What you are learning will help you down the road in life, even though it does not seem important now. Your understanding of different subjects will give you knowledge of the world around you.
Point 2: Think positive about your abilities.
Some of your hidden talents and abilities can be discovered at school. Don’t feel like you can’t improve. If you have a negative view of your abilities, replace it with a positive view. If someone criticize you about not knowing a subject, think about a subject you do well in. Always think positive about yourself.
Point 3: You need good study habits.
You can’t take shortcuts to get good grades. When you study look over the material to get a overview of it. Make questions up pertaining to the main heading. Now read the material and look for the answers. See if you can comprehend what you have read.
Find a place to study that is free from distractions.
Have a schedule as to when you will do your homework, for example at 6:00 p.m., than stick to it. Don’t let the TV, internet or the phone be a distraction.
Plan how you will study. Write down which subject you will study first, second and third. Decide how much time you are going to spend on each subject. Cross them off as you finish.
Have confidence that you can be a diligent student, be successful in school and be rewarded by your hard work. The lesson at Ecclesiastes 11:4 is study first, and play second.