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I was a “bad student” for years. (And, yes, I think those terms are silly but I use them for lack of better terms.) I barely paid attention. I wasn’t the type to skip every class but I spent most of my class time jotting down notes for projects I was working on in my free time (or drawing dragons but that’s kind of a given.)

 

Since bringing my grades up I’ve become insatiably curious about the process I went through (and I’ve seen hundreds of other students go through.) What is the difference between students that make the leap and the students that don’t?

 

Here are the things I’ve observed:

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How Bad Students Become Good Students

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