When a student hasn’t acquired a study habit from his early years, things get complicated. The same thing happens if they are not motivated in school: his experience will be similar at home, and this starts creating tension between parents and students when it comes to studying. The most important thing to consider with these students is motivation. Try not to make them do boring or repetitive activities, try to have their activities relate to subjects of interest to them (animals, sports), and try to get the teacher’s help. For students who get bad results, a big part of the problem comes from children working almost exclusively when they have tests. Instead, they must work out a weekly studying schedule to get a short term look at the results of their effort. This system works if it’s not excessive, and for the most difficult cases there must be a customized plan between the teacher and the parents.