How to Get an A on Your School Project

Want to know how to ace your school project? Well Kidzworld has the recipe that will make your teacher dish out the A's! Back to Article

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alexis rocks
alexis rocks wrote:
2011-07-29 21:23:56 -0700

study hard and get all those straight a's

gabrella23 wrote:
2011-07-29 21:22:22 -0700

all i can tell u is study stud study

Ajakalei671 wrote:
2011-07-27 23:08:39 -0700

its project not poject

Star123400 wrote:
2011-06-20 14:48:05 -0700

i never tried it but i am sure it will help me when i go 4th grade

woozygirl wrote:
2011-06-05 09:20:22 -0700

it made my grades an D- to a B+ smile

write-a-holic99 wrote:
2011-06-03 02:40:19 -0700

I enjoyed this article, and it really has improved my school work.

stormy-wheather wrote:
2011-05-17 09:32:25 -0700

i have got nothing but a's because i have help when i realy am not supost to and i am thankful my family that is there for me and i realy love school somewhat but not realy that much i just like getting a's thats all see you all later and if not then tommarow

Xav Ty
Xav Ty wrote:
2011-05-13 22:47:15 -0700

I like it i will try it next time i have a project

mutantops wrote:
2011-04-10 07:48:19 -0700

blah-blah bleh

AliceFellDownnn wrote:
2011-04-10 04:13:42 -0700

Oh, well i might try it if i absolutely can't think of anything else.

kenyabear wrote:
2011-04-10 01:58:19 -0700

I will try it but i doubt that it will work. My teacher pays very close attention.

1010ruby wrote:
2011-04-02 08:48:35 -0700

the only time i would get c or less is if the project is really hard

cupcakesrock wrote:
2011-03-27 08:03:38 -0700

what's the answer?

l♥vyhu:) wrote:
2011-03-21 09:22:16 -0700

i have a project coming up that is due in april. Thanks for these tips! These will help me with my project! smile

AuqaGangsta wrote:
2011-03-07 10:38:17 -0800

i like gttin b's on my project nd even c's bt da main problem is dhat i jus cant understand y i dnt gt a's on dem i work as hard as i can 2 gt an ""A" bt i jus cnt somtimes i dink im stupid bt im nt jus hav 2 work even harder 2 gt were ever i wnt to go thankz 4 letting me chatt bt i hav 2 go bye everybody

AuqaGangsta wrote:
2011-03-07 10:35:02 -0800

i nw dhat rit grl u tellem

-AdorkablePяiиcєss wrote:
2011-02-22 19:14:40 -0800

wow sometimes i do follow that buh i never get an A's , i get B's, Frustrated

fUnNyGurl345_1560716 wrote:
2011-02-22 18:47:02 -0800

good advice smile

FizzyPops wrote:
2011-01-01 12:45:20 -0800

This is really good advice smile and also i noticed in the title that the r is missing in project.

rockstar6230 wrote:
2010-12-02 02:43:11 -0800

this stuff has great advides thnxz kidzworld u rock smile

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