How to Prepare Your Brain for Back-to-School

Improve Your Reflexes 1 of 11

Nothing is more frustrating than when that snobby kid next to you raises his hand (like he always does) when you actually know the answer for once. On days when you didn't do the homework or didn't get much sleep, sometimes a single question can be enough to fool a teacher into thinking that you are alert. To make sure someone doesn't steal your question, you need to improve your reflexes by repeating the hand raise motion constantly. Do this enough, and your brain and body will have no problem reacting as soon as a question is asked.