Process Analysis/ How to Fail a Class Essay
Failing in a class essay is a process and not an event. As such, it starts immediately when one enrolls for a course and continues throughout the study time until the end; when it eventually materializes. Being a process, it is facilitated by several factors both external and internal. Internal factors emanate from the individual student and hence are within the power of that student. On the other hand, external factors are from the surrounding and therefore, they are difficult to control. This essay will focus on the internal factors which guarantee a failure in a class essay. These factors include absenteeism and failure to observe punctuality, note memorization, poor understanding, failure to do other assignments, failure to consult, avoiding discussion and lack of comprehensive notes. The analysis in the succeeding sections focuses on these factors in depth.
To start with, absenteeism and failure to observe punctuality are two related factors which led to a similar end results. If you are determined to fail, then you must ignore the following facts. a) Time is a non-renewable resource that constrains everyone regardless of power or status. b) In the learning process, time-keeping is a requirement and not a choice (Aimee 78). c) Absenteeism means total failure to attend a lecture or an examination and its costly to a student. d) Punctuality implies failure to be in the right place within the provided time frame and leads to loss of time. As a general rule, for a course instructor to give out an essay he/she must first give a lecture about the requirements and the guidelines needed in the essay writing process. Therefore, when you miss these crucial directives then a failure in an essay is inevitable.
Consequently, note memorization becomes a solution that aims to compensate for the time lost due to absenteeism. The practice involves intensive cramming process that...
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