To get better grades in college, you could try your usual last-minute approach where you cram before your exams, or use a brute force approach of spending every minute of the semester studying. However, a better way to meet your GPA goals is to create a targeted plan that’s designed based on research in cognitive science, learning methodologies, behavioral psychology, and leveraging university policies to your favor.

The following OneClass guide to GPA hacking uses strategies culled from researchers and top students.

Outsmarting Your Grades: 2018 Guide To a Better GPA

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David Wallace

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