Are you a student who wants to be successful?
All people can be good successful students, if they try hard and use self discipline to push them self harder. Being a successful student doesn't mean you are so smart you get to skip grades, it just means that you get good marks, work well with others, and don't get held back any grades. If you are a person who wants to keep your life on track, it takes hard work, determination, and patience. Being a successful student may involve some of the characteristics such as: organization, time, studying, and believing you can achieve.
Organization means using your space wisely. Using things like computers to hold lots of information and keep files safe for future dates. Using these type things can help you save space, time and energy trying to find lost items. Using binders that zip up are better than binders that don't because they keep loose papers in, so your work doesn’t get lost. Using flash drives to hold all the info on your computer will help you encase your laptop breaks or crashes. Saving every 10 minutes of work you write will save you lots of time instead of rewriting everything and getting all stressed out. Making sure you don't forget your homework at home is really easy, simply finish at night then put it beside, on top of or near your school bag will make sure you bring your homework to school. Lots of organization at school can also lead to a well organized life, family, and career.
Time is also a key factor in being successful. Using time wisely can give you more time to write, read or focus on subjects you are not so good at. Using more time to write can help your grammar skills because you have time to read over what you wrote, and for this reason it is also good to learn the spelling of difficult words. Having more time to read also helps with spelling, and grammar. Reading books under your reading level will not help with becoming more...