Along with the information in the title, I can provide a few more details. I read this in the early to mid-nineties, and the cover art had a teenage boy who had his hands on his head with a few stylized "BZZZAP" onomatopoeia around his head.

My memory of the plot is hazy, but it dealt with a computer-savvy teenager who accidentally electrocuted himself while working on his computer. He found that he was able to easily ace his tests at school (specifically a math exam) because of this. I'm not sure if he was able to interface with internet, or if that's something I imagined he would be able to do while I was reading the book.

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    Please check the answers to this similar question and let us know if any of them are the book you're thinking of. – Harry Johnston Sep 11 '19 at 2:45
  • @HarryJohnston Yep, this is definitely the same book as in that user's question. Thanks! – Pvt Pepperjack Sep 12 '19 at 16:40

This looks like Cybershock: Totally Wired, by David Lambert (1996).

Amazon's summary:

When Jed is accidentally electrocuted while working on his computer, he's amazed to discover that the computer images no longer appear on the burned-out CRT but instead appear inside his head. Even more amazing, he discovers that by thinking commands, he can operate his computer remotely. Jed's incredible new power brings him to a head-to-head confrontation with a crazed gunman—and himself.

There does not seem to be a cover image I can find online, even thought the book was apparently scanned by Google Books. However, searching through the Google Books version comes up with multiple references to a math test:

"You think I needed to cheat to ace that stupid test?"

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    There isn't even a listing on ISFDb! – DavidW Sep 11 '19 at 5:00
  • Wow! This is definitely the book I was looking for! I didn't remember the MC's name at all until I read this answer, but the moment I read this it all came back to me. Thanks! – Pvt Pepperjack Sep 12 '19 at 16:39

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