ACA­DEMIC SUC­CESS FIVE SKILLS OF A GOOD STU­DENT

It is never too early or too late to ac­quire the qual­i­ties of a good stu­dent. The abil­ity to de­velop and en­hance YOUR aca­demic skills will lead to YOUR aca­demic suc­cess!

DREAM TEEN Magazine - - College Prep - By Lau­ren Cham­b­liss Her­nan­dez -April 2017

1. BE­HAVE IN CLASS:

Good stu­dents be­have well in class. Your pos­i­tive at­ti­tude will make it eas­ier to con­cen­trate in the class­room and work more ef­fec­tively. Each teacher will have a unique set of rules for his or her class­room. Un­der­stand and re­spect the rules and guide­lines of the school and for each class­room.

2. BE OR­GA­NIZED:

Stu­dents with good or­ga­ni­za­tion skills are more ef­fi­cient and have the abil­ity to cre­ate and main­tain a sys­tem to keep track of in­for­ma­tion, school as­sign­ments, ex­tracur­ric­u­lar sched­ules, school sup­plies and more.

3. MAKE GOOD GRADES:

Stu­dents with good grades know that home­work and study­ing are two dif­fer­ent things. Com­plete your home­work, on-time, and then study. Make a study sched­ule and stick to it. A good night’s sleep equates to good grades!

4. COM­MU­NI­CATE:

Good com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills are im­por­tant for aca­demic suc­cess. Be it ver­bal, writ­ten, lis­ten­ing, body lan­guage or in­ter­per­sonal com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills, they are ALL im­por­tant. Good stu­dents know how to pos­i­tively ex­press them­selves us­ing all forms of com­mu­ni­ca­tion in and out of the class­room.

5. TIME MAN­AGE­MENT:

Aca­demic achievers are self-dis­ci­plined and know how to man­age their time well. They are on top of as­sign­ments, projects, notes, tests and their sched­ule. Well or­ga­nized stu­dents know the amount of time it takes to make it all hap­pen. Re­mem­ber we are alla work in progress! Do your best to be the best stu­dent YOU can be! Don’t give up!

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