If you didn’t have the chance to go for your passion in the first instance, it isn’t the end of the world. See it as an opportunity and not as a loss or waste of time. You can achieve that which you set your mind on. Time has not been wasted; you have gained more knowledge. But make sure you never drop your passion. … More How Do I Convince My Parents About My Course of Choice?
When a child fails a particular subject, after receiving a sharp rebuke from parents, they end their encouragement with, “maybe you are not just excellent in this subject and can be better in another subject”. I have discovered that words like this, do not only make the child accept failure as a way of life but also deprives the child of knowing his/her real challenge. … More Why You Fail Your Mathematics Exams
If you don’t know what you want to study, then you can’t help but choose what your parents want and along the line, you might discover yourself and then notice that you’ve been chasing after the wind. Sometimes, you might want what your parents want but your strength academically is not smiling at you … More Should I Study What My Parents Want or What I Want?
Interactions and engagements with teachers vary in importance at different levels of education, but it’s nonetheless important and should be fostered. I can speak for them on one thing, you’re not bothering them at all. If anything, they are definitely looking forward to their students reaching out to them and offering help however they can. … More Getting Along With Your Teachers
Form your circle, if you know you don’t easily understand things you are reading alone.
Form your circle if you know you are the easily distracted type of student.
Form your circle if you know you can influence the people you call friends … More The Excellent Student series II
Knowledge is Power but many fail to realize that getting power is not an easy task, and if getting power is not an easy task, then getting knowledge is certainly not a child’s play.
To excel as a student in any institution of learning, you must know some basic truths … More The Excellent Student Series