1. Start with talking with your teacher - ask questions in class about what you don't understand, let them know what you are looking for help on, go on their websites for information/resources, ask them about how you can improve in class and on preparing for your assignments, and ask about intervention options.
2. Take advantage of their websites/resources, all intervention options, and all tutoring options - don't rule out online tutoring options.
3. Be willing to put in more time outside of class on reading, taking notes, and studying. Read the books and take notes on what you read - this is absolutely necessary for college - get used to doing it now.
Temecula Public Library Tutoring Program
Online Support Tutoring
YouTube - Tons of videos/presentations/tutorials on any topic
Khan Academy - Focuses on Math, Science, some Social Science, various other areas, CASHEE - CA Exit Exam prep, SAT Math prep, and random other good stuff.
PurpleMath - Page with links to many math web resources.
Purdue University Writing Lab - good English and Writing resources
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