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Here are some ideas: Keep in mind, the more committed you are to doing well, the better your results.
Reading: write down information as you're reading. Help retain information. Read out loud when you're tired. Record this and play back when you're doing housework or cleaning. Identify sharpest students in class and get into a study group with them. Allow enough time: don't cram last minute. Be disciplined. Admit when you need help and get help right away. Don't procrastinate: the day a big project is assigned, break it into bite-sized chunks and get started! Take advantage of your professor's office hours. Sit in front of class to be engaged, especially in subjects you don't like. Use a calendar to ensure tests and assignments are completed on time. Use Khan Academy and TED talks: there are lots of subjects discussed in video format. Become a tutor - when you can teach it, you understand it so much more! Some mastery required! Being engaged in class - ask the professor if you can help with anything.
Hope these help! And you may need to experiment with what works for you.