Please help,
I am so bored by my science lesson that I can barely focus. I read the lesson, and 5 seconds later I don't even remember what I just read. Any ideas on somehow making the Atmosphere and Solar Effects more interesting? I like history a thousand times better. The only times science gets a little interesting is when they talk about Archimedes, Aristotle, Copernicus, etc.

Help! I'll never be ready for the quiz at this rate! I'm so bored that every now and then I find myself staring at the wood on my desk!

It helps to thinki about how these science facts apply to your everyday life. Here are study hints that can apply to any topic.

Although all of these suggestions may not apply to you, most of them should be helpful.
Thanks for asking.

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