rating as a student

@senses (840)
Philippines
February 19, 2007 7:05pm CST
How would you rate yourself when you was still a student? Did you perform will in the class?
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• Philippines
20 Feb 07
Yeah, I performed well in class. All my high school through college mentors will agree with that. However, when I started working, I found that to be able to be successful at work, one need not be in the honor's nor in the dean's list. Having treated school seriously, and thus became well learned have all its rewards. I always rated well in all the examinations given by the government and all prospective employees I've been to. They rated me well in all those interviews I've gone through. In short, I am among those kind of sought after person for a job. But to be successful at work is a different story. I am a very dedicated worker and I'd do everything to make it nearest to perfection. I always see to it that I produce work at highly desirable levels. The approval of the bosses are always encouraging. But there are occurrences in the workplace which is out of our control. Like those who look behind our backs and find ways and means to destroy our image somehow. I was never prepared for something like this at all. I grew up in a sheltered home, full of loving care. I attended good schools. These acts have a truly crippling blow at me. No way I can handle it easily and lightly. After taking other jobs and trying my hand at a lot more, hoping I'd find one with a more friendly atmosphere, I gave up. Now, I am on my own taking a hand on something over here and another over there. I find life more fruitful and livable this way.
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@senses (840)
• Philippines
22 Feb 07
Yeah you are right with that we don't really need to be an honor student or a dean's list to be successful howevr it's nice to look back the memories that once we had been at the stage receiving the prize of our hardwork.
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@momyof2 (55)
• United States
20 Feb 07
I would have to say that I am a 9 out of a ten. I am not trying to be a show off. but in high school I didn't think it was important to get good grades or even go to class. After I had my first daughter I realized it was time to give her everything she deserved and the only way to do that, is by getting a degree. And she made me change as a student. Now when I go to class, I sit in the front, study all night if I have to, and get the most out of my education.
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@ikinta (1238)
• Indonesia
21 Feb 07
Okay..just say I made improvement. and as far as I know, I'm on my best..
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@Transformed (1262)
• United States
20 Feb 07
I was a great student in middle school and high school. Here in college, I still do well also. What about you, Senses?
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@briennekb (613)
• United States
22 Feb 07
In middle school I did well. In high school I didn't do so well. I passed all my classes and graduated on time, I just didn't do well in most of my classes. Now I am in college after been out of high school for 7 years. And I am very proud of myself. Fall was my first semester back. I got 3 A's and 2 B's and my GPA was 3.61. So far this semester I am doing even better. I currently have an A in all of my classes. I am really going to try for a 4.0 this semester. Last semester I was on the Dean's Honor Roll but this year I really want to make the Presiden'ts Honor Roll.
@senses (840)
• Philippines
23 Feb 07
Why did your grade fall at the second sem? Whats the reason?
• United States
26 Feb 07
My grades haven't fallen. They've gotten better.
@senses (840)
• Philippines
27 Feb 07
I mean in the 1st semester? what happened then? Congrats for you are back in the track. Great job for having high grades back.
• India
24 Feb 07
used to perform in sports than studies .i am trul y a sports man
@senses (840)
• Philippines
24 Feb 07
But you should prioritize study than sport. though it's nic eto excel in sport you like, set your goal to prioritize your study.
• United States
22 Feb 07
i did allright. i had learning disabilities so i had to do some extra compensating, but still managed a b average in college.