Become a Good Student!
Editorials News | Nov-29-2019
Good grades and a positive attitude are all qualities of a good student. A good student doesn’t always depend on those three qualities though. A good student reaches class and pay attention to the teacher. Self-discipline and the time management are also some important factors to being a good student.
A good student does what they can for their teachers, family, and friends. For a good student to succeed and fulfil their goals, they need to have the right encouragement from their teachers. The major priority of a good student should be to do your best in school and prioritize your life.
Characteristics of Great Students-
1. They Ask Questions
Most teachers want students to ask questions when they do not understand a concept that is being taught. It is truly the only way a teacher knows whether you really understand something. If no questions are asked, then the teacher has to assume that you understood that concept. Good students aren’t afraid to ask questions because they know that if they do not get a particular concept, it could hurt them later on when that skill is expanded.
2. They're Hard Workers
The perfect student isn’t necessarily the smartest student. There are many students who are enriched with natural intelligence but lack the self-discipline to hone that intelligence. Teachers encourage students who choose to work hard no matter what their level of intelligence is. The hard working students will ultimately be the most successful in life. Being a hard worker in school states completing assignments on time, putting your maximum effort into every assignment, asking for extra help when you need it, spending the time to study for tests and quizzes, and recognizing weaknesses and looking for ways to improve.
3. They're Trustworthy
Being trustworthy is one of the quality that will endear you not only to your teachers but also to your classmates. No one wants to surround themselves with people whom they ultimately cannot trust. Teachers find those students and classes very well that they trust because they can give them liberties that often provide learning opportunities they would not be afforded otherwise.
By: Saksham Gupta
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