By Tyler Bradford
It seems like girls have always been smarter than boys. Throughout the years girls have proven to excel with their brains. For example, a woman was the one to discover DNA instead of a boy. Girls are hard workers, mature individuals, and more aware than any boy has dreamed of being.
Being hard working is just something most females are. They work hard to keep themselves organized. For example, my mom has always been the one to scold me for having an unorganized room, not my father. Girls are dedicated to getting their work done. The girls in my class have always done their homework and have had it ready by the time class starts, while majority of the boys are scrambling for answers at the last minute. Effort is also something girls have leaning towards them. A lot of girls will take ten minutes to do one problem just so they know they’ll get it right.
Maturity is another key factor girls have over boys. When it comes to keeping up with their work, girls are number one. Not once have I seen a girl who didn’t have specific places for everything or a way to keep track of things. Girls are more passionate about their work as well as their grades. For instance, the harder they work the better they feel towards themselves. Boys on the other hand don’t need this type of comfort. Being trustworthy is another trait that most girls acquire. Never are girls found cheating.
Without awareness, a girl wouldn’t be a girl. Girls are always aware of what’s happening in class. For example, when boys don’t understand what a teacher has said he usually turns to a girl for an explanation. Girls are thorough in their classes so they can pass. This is because most girls want to go to college. Being off-task is taboo for girls, they are always doing what they’re supposed to, when their supposed to.
In essence girls are just harder working, more aware, and more mature than boys. In the end boys always look to girls for an explanation of what is going on because they are that much smarter. At least boys are better athletes than girls.