Definition: Good College Student

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Many students, young and old, attend either a Community College or an University. All those same students are faced with need of becoming a superior college student and eventually a college graduate. Each student chooses to tackle the daily obstacles of college in their own fashion. In the end, the ones who walk across the stage, are the ones who took responsibility for their education and excelled through the trials. A superb college student must have a positive, ‘ready to go’ attitude, precise academic skills, and hard self discipline.

In my opinion, one of the things that make a brilliant college student, is their attitude. A student that comes in fifteen minutes late to their class, forgets their homework, and brings in a negative attitude, is not going to succeed in college. An adequate student is prepared and is focused. In order to be focused, good students have a prime amount of sleep, for the upcoming day. An excellent student is one who wants to be there and is ready to tackle whatever gets thrown their way next. These students also have a very open mind, especially when it comes to learning new things. Even though it may not be parallel with their initial major, they are willing to learn what is being taught to them. They also keep a very open mind to different teaching styles as well. Every classroom has a unique teacher, social classmates, and vary on subject matter. An exceptional student is very humble in his or her education, because there is always something else to learn and its all about one’s attitude.

Academic skills are key credentials for being a superb college level student. These include reading comprehensively, writing efficiently, great communication, and being able to understand concepts. A great student must excel in reading comprehension. For example, literature readings that are assigned from books, plays, and poems can have excessive amounts of material in which the student must complete. In order to read instructions...
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