Become Ultra Intelligent

If you want to breeze through school with a GPA to show off, or if you just want to expand your intellect, this is the article for you.


  1. If you are about to start school, study up on the subjects you will be taking before the school year even begins. You will have a head start, so the class will feel like you've taken it before.
  2. Read whatever you can, whenever you can. It doesn't matter if it is fiction, non-fiction, or even fun facts off the internet. They all contribute to your overall knowledge. Having solid linguistic (language) and logical (try solving everyday problems, as well as academic subject matter in a step-by-step kind of way; you will appear to be a person who knows how to solve problems efficiently) skills will help you in the long run, especially in this modern society.
  3. Listen to everyone, and do not believe you know everything. Take in information other people give to you, no matter how incredibly obvious or how ridiculously irrelevant it appears to sound. You never know when whatever it was will come in handy.
  4. Accept criticism, and give constructive criticism when necessary. If you go on bantering about how some person is doing something wrong, you'll look like another whiny complainant. Instead, approach whoever it is that is incorrectly doing something, and offer to help them out. Things will work out better that way.
  5. Visit libraries, bookstores, and museums on a regular basis. This doesn't necessarily mean once a week, or even once a month. But, knowing that there is a place you can study, read, or discover something new in an informative and friendly environment is definitely a plus.
  6. Be more intellectual! Feel confident in all that you do, because it is that confidence that will propel you in the right direction. Don't be afraid to use your knowledge and act like a more studious person. Often, it will attract people who'll seek your help and guidance.


  • Take advantage of tutoring and mentorship offers. Student/Teacher ratios are lower, meaning more one-on-one time with the teacher. They will offer any help you need, and may even give useful tips that may set you apart from the rest of your group or class.


  • Whatever you do, do NOT EVER brag about your intelligence! It will make you appear stuck up and will make people not like you.
  • Don't jump into anything too quickly. Prioritize what is more important than others; Otherwise, you may become overly-stressed and everything will spiral out of control.
  • People might call you a nerd. Simply ignore this. Keep your head up!

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