My sophomore year was probably the worst because I slacked off and procrastinated but I picked myself up thanks to a little motivation. My worst classes were english and math class but I blame myself for not pushing myself harder to pass the class but that’s just the consequence of laziness. but all of my mistakes show how Robert greene’s quote is real because no one helped me picked myself up but myself. Science and history are my best subjects I understand it and I
Although I was able to pass the class, and the passing grade on my AP test meant I got my grade boosted to an ‘A’ automatically, the failure I felt in the first couple of months was unlike anything I had experienced at that point. If I had not been desperate to find a better way to study, I wouldn’t have discovered that music soundtrack, and I might never have discovered Sierra Boggess and her powerful quotes. Even though I wasn’t happy at the time with my abysmal test and quiz scores, I’m glad I was able to learn this lesson that I am already enough, as it has changed my entire outlook on life so much. Now the next time I’m disappointed with a test score, or angry with myself for messing something up, I will be able to remind myself that I am always
Overall I was a good student in elementary, but I had many flaws and I still do. To begin with I was a hard working student even though I was horrible in math and reading. If people would describe me they would say was very shy in fact I rarely talked. I wasn't like the rest of my classmates, they would play sports every year and I only was in cross country for 3 years and played baseball for 1 year. I was practically a chill and shy boy.
Self-restraint means restraining yourself from short term activities that could have negative consequences on yourself or your reputation. I believe that I represent self-restraint very well. In school, it is very easy to give in to procrastination and laziness and let your grades slip. During my freshman year, I receive the first B I had ever gotten, because I was unaware of how much work I would need to put into my high school education after I breezed through middle school. After this, I have shown self-restraint and ignored the indulgence of laziness and relaxation and have kept my grades since to all A’s.
At first I started off taking 1 or 2 classes per semester, but outside interference had me gradually upping the classes. Between work, a lack of motivation due to not having any idea of what I wanted out of life carved out, and pressure from family, I found myself not prepared for these classes. This is what you will see as you look up and down my transcript and see W's and WF's. You will see the unachieved goals, the times I thought I was an angel, the times I dreamt of being perfect. At the time of writing this paper I am 23 years old.
I learned quicker than others and was more intellectual than they were and because of these things I never really had friends. I passed all my classes with A’s or B’s. My grade average was high and I was prepping for college courses. My family had been telling me of all the great things I could do but never prepared me for the hard times to actually achieve any of these goals. During my summer break of 2011, I broke my ankle on father’s day.
As a writer I would give myself a 5 out of 10 because writing is not one of my strengths at all even though I try my hardest. English is my second language so for the majority of my high school career I was in ESL classes instead of regular English I, English II, or English III classes. It was not until my senior year that I got into a regular English IV class. Senior year in high school was the first time I was in a regular english class. It was quite challenge but nothing I could not handle for myself.
Volunteering in my school 's Special Education Department is one of the most reward service activities I 've ever done. As a junior, I do not have a first period class because of dual credit. I have the option of sleeping in, but instead of getting extra sleep, I spend my time aiding in our pre-vocational Special Ed program. Getting to help my peers that are in the program is extremely gratifying. My classmates that are in Special Ed often feel alienated and neglected by their peers without disabilities.
When I was in high school I think it is safe to say I was a pretty good student. However, I was nothing spectacular just an average B student like most other kids. My work ethic was not great as I had no clue what I wanted to do with my future. Then college came and whacked me upside the head. I realized that I was paying to be here, and that if I was paying to do something I was going to do it well.
I struggled a lot in my math classes, I think because when I first moved to Lake hamilton I was behind on my multiplication skills, because at my other school we hadn 't learned them yet. But for the rest of my school years at Lake Hamilton it has been awesome. I have been making good grades since the 9th grade, I started trying really hard and I think school got more easier because we got more freedom. I think that the main difference between Lake Hamilton, and my last school
I was diagnosed with dyslexia during my 10th grade as I was slow in learning and writing. I was provided with accommodations for my 10th and 12th grade Board examination by the Central Board of Secondary Education. However, I did not use accommodations during my undergraduate study in MBBS and I had progressively improved in my scores and writing speed with the help of peers and teaching faculty and my own perseverance. With how far I have progressed scholastically, I strongly believe I can independently perform tasks without any aid.