1. The first day of school. Once you finally are in Junior High, and it's your first day of 6th grade, you get really excited, because most elementary schools usually do not have lockers, so you have lockers now, and you have multiple classes, maybe even electives, and there are a lot of new people and everything on that first day matters. Your outfit, hair, makeup, shoes, backpack, school supplies, and obviously your personality, and you want to make a great first impression. Once you reach your second year, you really don't care and you just want the school year to be over and summer to come again because you know how your school works, and you know that you really won't be excited in the end. In fact, you may come to school in pajamas on the first day of school, who knows?
2. Homework. When it is your first year, you have no idea how to study and what methods to use, so if you are in your first year, I suggest that if you have not gone to school yet, you experiment with several methods, but if you really don't want to do so much work, then I'll put the link down below to my blog post where I talk about studying. Once you are maybe in your last year of 7th, going into 8th, you got it down and you know what works for you, and you'll get an easy A on everything.
3. Boys. Girls, you need to know how to handle with boys. You also need to remember that boys are going through hard times. Maybe parents getting divorced and hitting puberty, and actually developing more muscles, if you know what I mean! :D Usually in your first year of junior high, there are a lot of new kids, aka new boys, aka new crushes, and they can be really cute, so you want to act natural, and this may not be for every boy and girl, but in the past, I have realized that if you don't really care about the boy while others are crowding around him, he might like you more. And once you are in 8th grade, you are an expert with boys and you can handle any one that comes to you.
Hope you guys enjoyed this blog post, and again, make sure to check the link down below for testing strategies, and I will see you all soon. Bye neonators!
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