First, the reason I had to work really hard at the end of the year was because at the beginning of 3rd quarter, I was doing really bad in Math, all the way until after mid term. After mid term, I was getting a D in the class, and I knew I had to redo the mid term to bring my grade back up. But me being a HUGE procrastinator on things I don't enjoy doing, I didn't consider retaking it until 2 weeks before school ended.
Second, did I succeed? Well, in my eyes, yes. Once I finally brought myself to retake it, I learned that I needed to finish EVERY homework assignment she assigned us over the quarter to retake a quiz. And I missed A LOT of homework. A little more than half I think. But, over the weekend, I worked hard, stepped out of my comfort zone, and finished every single work assignment and Cornell notes she gave us. After I showed here and took the test, I went from a D to a B, which I was happy with.
Lastly, would it be worth it to do it again? Well, hopefully, I don't do as bad as I did last quarter, but if somehow I do, then I will definitely put in the work and effort to raise my grades up. Now I'm not going to say that working that hard was fun, because It wasn't. I hated working that hard on Math, but there is not denying that when you see that your hard work pays off, you feel really good about yourself.
In conclusion, that is one time that I stepped outside of my comfort zone. I am looking forward to reading about when you guys did something similar, or different. But anyways, I will see you guys later! Bye!