Race For Success

Student 1(Student 1)

 

It has always been a race; a comparison against each other. It has always been the same goal – for everyone- to be the best and have the best grades possible. I will tell you that it is not easy, this competition. For example, last year, I did not even know I was in the race until my peers were already assuming I would get an exceeding grade. I enjoyed getting good grades, but did not want to be the one who everyone expected to over-achieve. I was often stressed but I balanced it out with friends, sports, and Student Council. Being stressed is a given when you are a student- there is not way to escape it. The work piles overflow and schedules will become overbooked, but there is a way to be successful and have a great time!

  • Always do your best! – sounds cliché, but if you just rush through everything, it won’t be up to your full potential.
  • Have a goal – is it to get good grades, or to mess around?
  • Ask questions
  • Follow your interests – have a certain talent/passion? Pursue it!
  • Lead, don’t follow

images-1 (Student 2)

 

Hopefully this list is going to be useful and you’ll turn from student 1 to student 2! To learn more,visit:

http://https://www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/gradeschool/school/Pages/Ten-Tips-for-Your-Childs-Success-in-School.aspx

http://mappingyourfuture.org/Downloads/MHSCStudents.pdf 

[1. Catherine Chernyakova.”Student Reads The Book Cartoon.” Cartoon. Dreamstime. Dreamstime.com, np. Web. 20 Sept. 2015. http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photos-student-reads-book-cartoon-isolated-illustration-image34510618.]

  1. “Preparing for an Exam Phase 5: The Exam.” The Uni Student Who Could. N.p., 23 Sept. 2014. Web. 20 Sept. 2015.<https://theunistudentwhocould.wordpress.com/2014/09/23/preparing-for-an-exam-phase-5-the-.

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