Think about it as if you missed school for a week because you were sick and you come back and realize that you forgot to get your absent work. When you ask your teacher for the work , they say it was up to you to get the work and you are too late for it. Your teacher then says to be prepared for the big test tomorrow. That’s when all your hope is lost. You get ready to go home and tell your parents to expect your grade to plummet because of the test.
While I do not consider it a failure now at the time I was definitely frustrated with myself and considered it a failure. When I had to repeat my junior year I was mad at myself for not be able to complete the school year. As time went on I was able to focus on the positives in the situation and I was able to finally accept that I was not prepared for my senior year both emotionally and academically considering I missed so much school. If I did continue on to senior year I would not have been close to prepared as I am now for college. I ended up repeating my junior year due to the fact that I missed close to two-thirds of school due to a medical condition.
This Semester was poor, because I didn 't put a lot of work in this Semester, right now my GPA is a 0.90 and I feel really upset with that grade , because its making me look bad and its making me look unprofessional. My plans to improve my grades are that I have to put more work into this and I have to start concentrating on all of my work, I also need to start listening to the teachers, and start doing all my homework so I can turn in it in the days when its due, that will help me out a lot with my grades. My goals if for me to get a 3.50 or higher because I would like for me to pass the 9 grade and keep on passing till I leave High School, so it will make me look really smart and good, that 's what I would like to
I was totally feeling like a fish out of water, on the day I received feedback on my assignment. At that point I became really worried and I had all these terrible thoughts in mind such as “what if I fail?” and what if I have to repeat another semester?” As I being on a level of distinction average, I’ve never failed anything in my life and a pass minus was just contributing to my low self-esteem. I got a pass minus, so I thought of putting more effort and I have no idea how to tell my parents. I need to tell them today before they know from someone else. I was really scared to tell them because they were really strict and I had no idea how the will
The SATs were right around the corner, and I had no idea how to prepare myself to get a good score. This lesson of not using my time wisely had affected me in bound to failure. But after I had realized my failure, I tried to make it into a success by using my time more sufficiently and not making mistakes as I did before. My failure with the SAT was a fundamental way to later success. I never had picked up the SAT book until a month before my test, which was a big failure.
The learning curve was hard, and I didn’t make the cut for Freshman Region. This really made me feel down, as just the year before, I was the 2nd overall chair in my class. For a few weeks, my confidence really wavered; However, with the encouragement of some upperclassmen, I eventually decided to move on to the next thing. All-Region, the real deal was only a month away. By using my failure as motivation, I discovered a work-ethic I never knew I had, practicing more than I had before.
I am talking about my moving day. I was moving from mesa to San Tan Valley, it was a very long and boring day for me. The only thing is that I was just 13 at the time; it was a very difficult move because my family and I needed to put stuff in the U-Haul. We also took a long time because my mom and dad needed to go to work and I am required to go to school and study, this move was on October 25, 2013, it was a really sad day. Not only because of the move it was because I have friends that I still talk to today but it is harder to go over and play sports or video games, my other problem is that you have to remember your home you were in for four years.
Two months had gone by before I was able to fully return to school. Overwhelmed with all the material I had missed, I simply struggled in returning. Test, quizzes, and homework from various classes began to conquer my confidence in a successful year. I soon accepted the false thoughts that consumed my determination, I had given up on the year not even half way through it. My grades began to dropping, all the hard work I had put in, over my high school career, for the sake of my GPA didn 't matter to me anymore.
(Opinion) I earned my Associates degree in two and half years while working full-time and attending evening classes. (Fact) It was very hard in the beginning adjusting to work and school which consumed a get deal of my time, but the light at the end of the tunnel was always my drive to keep on learning. (Fact) A personal life failure is not an easy subject for me, I will keep this brief and to the point, failing in having a serious relationship is my biggest failure (especially with the father of my children). (Opinion) My first relationship was what I would describe as two young adults that became parents and where dysfunctional in all aspects within the relationship. (Opinion) I will say that I continued the pattern of getting into dysfunctional relationships a couple times after my first failed relationship.
The year of the test, we had to take our normal Math and English class while an addition HASP prep Math and English so half of my classes where bases around this one test. Not only did it put stress on student it also pressure the teacher because if any student was to fail it would put the teacher in the line of question why the student wasn’t able to pass. Now think about standardized testing in a work environment. Picture it you come in to work every day on time do all the project your manger assign you. You’re the ideal employee and after three year they make you take a one test and you don’t pass the test by a few point.