he had a bad education but he focused on soccer mostly
It depends on the school and the public school district in your area. My understanding is that a co-op has to be formed. This is an official understanding between the administration of the two entities. For example, in our district, the public schools will only agree to co-op in sports in which they need players (e.g., wrestling and track) or that are highly individual (gymnastics, swimming). They will not sign a co-op for the more competitive sports in our area such as hockey, soccer, etc.
Big test coming up soon? Sudden "pop" quiz or assignment? How do you study a lot of information in a little bit of time?First, it is important that you have been studying all along, and are not trying to "cram" a bunch of new information into your brain in one night, because that does not work! Keep up with the work and practice all along, and you will do better. That said, the best short-study method involves an outline.You can either make an outline as you make your notes, or use the textbook outline.Read through the outline once, just for basic information. Then, read again and make sure you understand each term. If you are studying with someone, you can quiz each other by using the outline - make each heading into a question and try to answer them.More from Wiki Contributors:If you have a lot of assignments, try to do a little bit on each one. I hate to have to point this out, but if you are really having trouble keeping up with schoolwork on top of extracurricular activities, it might be time to cut back on the sports or clubs and concentrate on the work until you can get a handle on things.Keep a calendar of all your assignments. Every day, work on schoolwork for a set amount of time - even if you don't have homework that day, work on something that is due that week. If you treat your schoolwork the same as you treat your soccer practice, then you will do as well in school as you do in sports!
i think it is because of the texture of the BALL!!<:)>
Soccer balls. It would depend how high they came down from. As soccer balls are kicked high into the air, they probably bounce higher than basketballs which are just thrown.
yes soccer balls do bounce of course the bounce higher on tile or comcreate then grass though
I believe a basketball
Basketball, baseball, soccer and football.
A volleyball is softer than a soccer ball.
If properly inflated, a basketball.
yes. higher pressure = better bounce