It won’t be long before the first half of the school year is over, and that means that the push is on to bring the grades up to an acceptable level. Hopefully you and your AD/HD child have been practicing good habits all year long – managing time well, staying organized, and studying hard.

If you have a typical AD/HD child, though, what more likely happened is that you started off the school year with the best of intentions – you had everything under control. At some point, though, things started to slip, just a little. Before you quite knew how it happened, you had slipped back into the same bad habits as previous years – playing catch up with time and assignments, hurrying from one thing to the next, occasionally forgetting a thing or two.

If this scenario sounds more like life as you know it, then I’ve got a few tips that may help salvage things, grade-wise:

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