Created by Updated on Jul 11, 2017
he dont want to study even in exam... he say pass ho jauga... he has not competition from other student
| Jul 12, 2017
hi Vinita! then does he actually manage to pass without studying? tell his father to help him plan a schedule. he should also keep a tab on his everyday performance and make him revise whatever is done on class. sometimes children start taking one parent for granted. it becomes essential for the other parent to intervene.. if he follows praise him for his efforts and also reward him and if he doesn't he will have to face the consequences such as being grounded.. for a week or so. mark the portion which he should cover followed a timed written test. this would give an idea to u both , where he needs to work harder. practice in maths and revision would help him remember longer.. hope this helps!
| Jul 12, 2017
Hello Vinita, you can also add that you neither expect him to be topped in the class nor to be secured only pass marks.. Tell him that it is for his better future that you are asking him to study properly so that he can secure a satisfactory grade in the exam.. Tell him that he is worthy of doing far better in the exams... promise him something to give as a reward for his efforts in studies.. tell him that you and your husband don't bother too much about his grades... but what both of you expect is his sincerity and perseverance in studies.