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GPA Boosters Guide

By: Rishab Kalra (Creator of HS GPA Secrets Community)

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1) Take some easy AP® Classes


AP® Classes provide weight to the GPA, which boosts it more than regular classes. 

So why not take some easy AP® Classes & get an easy A!

Here are a few of the easiest AP® Classes that your child can take: 

AP® Environmental Science, AP® Psychology, AP® Research, & AP® Seminar

2) Attend Seminars & Seek Guidance 

There are many hidden ways to boost GPA, that 97% of parents don't even know about. 


That is why working with an academic consultant to identify these courses is a MUST.

However, most consultants charge between $2,000 to $25,000 just to provide this guidance. 

The good news is that my talented team and I are offering this exact same guidance for a much lower price,


As I believe that we as parents deserve to have access to the best guidance for our kids.

To get started, register for our Free Live Seminar on the 3 Secrets Behind Admission into a Top 10 College


Afterwards, be sure to book a 1:1 Session with our Experts. See you there!

3) Take AP® History Subjects Online & Transfer the Credits 

History subjects are historically time consuming (no pun intended). 

While an AP® History subject is a commonly taken AP® class,


It takes away time from students to study harder for other classes or pursue a high-commitment extracurricular. 

That's why a strategic way around this is to just take the course from an online accredited institution,


Since many students claim it is actually easier in terms of difficulty level when taken online.

To learn more, your student should speak to their counselor in high school for more information on which institutions are accredited & approved by the school district. 



4) Study For Exams 2+ Weeks in Advance

What really separates the 'A' students from everyone else is studying habits. 'A' students tend to prepare for important tests at least 2 weeks in advance to avoid cramming at the last minute. 

Here's what you can suggest to your child: Prepare a little bit every day. 

For example: If a test requires 12 hours of prep, spreading that out into 24 days is far more effective, less stressful, and efficient, as your child is more likely to score better and retain the information in case it is assessed in the future. 

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