Thus drowning ourselves in textbooks and piles of notes is what most of us resorts
However, an imperative question
should be asked ; do
strenuous and long hours of studying truly guarantees the distinctions that we need to
ultimately success in our life?
Or otherwise, are there
many other factors that contribute in determining the academic success of
First and foremost, it is an undeniable fact that one needs to study and
work conscientiously to improve on one's results.
distinctions can not simply be achieved through long hours of staring at diagrams or regurgitating lines from textbooks.---Well put!!
One needs to fully contemplate the subject at
hand before one is able to answer questions regarding the matter.
Although in today's generation, high-school students no longer depend
on their parents to ask for academic guidance, parents must still play an active role in doing whatever is
necessary to provide moral as well as incentive support.
For example, arranging lessons with a tutor
might help their child to understand subjects taught at school which might be confusing at times.
However more importantly, in times of discouragement and low spirit, parents should be by their childrens
sides to encourage them.
By doing so, students will be further driven to achieve success as there are people who are supporting
them at all times.
Romantic relationships also prove
to be a chief factor in relation to academic success of high-school students.
Undeniably, this is
the age where we are most emotional and hormone-stimulated, thus a
romantic relationship is omnipresent.
Committing to one person undoubtedly takes
up lots of time
time for studying must be sacrificed.
You made some very good points! I cannot grade your paper, but have fixed it up a little. Good luck in school, have fun!