40 characteristics of successful students
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40 Characteristics of Successful Students Read this list of characteristics of successful college students, and check how each one describes you.

DO YOU

1. Identify your long- term goals

2. Attend all classes, except when ill or in case of emergency.

3. Complete all assigned reading before class.

4. Bring books, paper, pencils, and other necessary materials to class.

5. Get phone numbers of a few classmates who take good notes, in case of an unavoidable absence.

6. Arrive on time to classes.

7. Sit near the front , whe re it's easi er to pay atte ntio n.

8. Think actively during classes.

9. Participate in class by responding

and asking appropriate questions.

10. Remain attentive throughout class. Avoid staring out windows, doodling, having side conversations, texting, or looking at your cell phone.

11. Take accurate and thorough notes and review them soon after class to identify question areas.

12. Compare your class notes with the textbook soon after class, and add details into your notes.

13. Ask questions about course content to clarify understanding .

14. Tak e adv anta ge of any extr a- cred it opp ortu nitie s.

15. Turn in all assignments on time.

16. Word- process written assignme nts wheneve r possible.

17. Use a planner to keep track of assignments.

18. Devise and follow a schedule to keep up with reading and other assignments.

19. Set specific goals for each study session.

20. Study where there are no distractions.

21. Vary study tasks, to avoid doing one type of activity for too long.

22. Think about, analyze, and ask questions about what you are reading.

23. Make appointment s to see professors with questions about assignments or grades.

24. Be gin

ass ign me nts soo n afte r the y are ass ign ed.

USUALLY SOME- TIMES

SELDOM

40 Characteristics of Successful Students

25. Begin writing assignments early enough to allow time for careful revisions and a visit to the Writing Center.

26. Work to increase concentration and decrease procrastination.

27. Use available campus resources such as the Office of Academic Support and the library.

28. Devise a study plan for tests and exams.

29. Study with a study partner or small study group, going over key points.

30. Avoid cramming.

31. Use a variety of study techniques. Don't just memorize.

32. Always attend class when there is a quiz or test.

33. Read and follow all directions on tests and exams.

34. Balance academic work with safe and constructive leisure activities.

35. Get involved in at least one activity on campus, such as a club, organization, or volunteer work.

36. Get adequate sleep.

37. Eat nutritious foods.

38. Avoid smoking, drinking alcohol, and using drugs.

39. Seek help when needed.

40. Enjoy learning.

To be a more successful student, carefully examine the reasons for any "Seldom" answers, and make a commitment to change them to "Usually."

40 Characteristics of Successful Students Read this list of characteristics of successful college students, and check how each one describes you.

DO YOU

1. Identify your long- term goals

2. Attend all classes, except when ill or in case of emergency.

3. Complete all assigned reading before class.

4. Bring books, paper, pencils, and other necessary materials to class.

5. Get phone numbers of a few classmates who take good notes, in case of an unavoidable absence.

6. Arrive on time to classes.

7. Sit near the front , whe re it's easi er to pay atte ntio n.

8. Think actively during classes.

9. Participate in class by responding

and asking appropriate questions.

10. Remain attentive throughout class. Avoid staring out windows, doodling, having side conversations, texting, or looking at your cell phone.

11. Take accurate and thorough notes and review them soon after class to identify question areas.

12. Compare your class notes with the textbook soon after class, and add details into your notes.

13. Ask questions about course content to clarify understanding .

14. Tak e adv anta ge of any extr a- cred it opp ortu nitie s.

15. Turn in all assignments on time.

16. Word- process written assignme nts wheneve r possible.

17. Use a planner to keep track of assignments.

18. Devise and follow a schedule to keep up with reading and other assignments.

19. Set specific goals for each study session.

20. Study where there are no distractions.

21. Vary study tasks, to avoid doing one type of activity for too long.

22. Think about, analyze, and ask questions about what you are reading.

23. Make appointment s to see professors with questions about assignments or grades.

24. Be gin

ass ign me nts soo n afte r the y are ass ign ed.

USUALLY SOME- TIMES

SELDOM

25. Begin writing assignments early enough to allow time for careful revisions and a visit to the Writing Center.

26. Work to increase concentration and decrease procrastination.

27. Use available campus resources such as the Office of Academic Support and the library.

28. Devise a study plan for tests and exams.

29. Study with a study partner or small study group, going over key points.

30. Avoid cramming.

31. Use a variety of study techniques. Don't just memorize.

32. Always attend class when there is a quiz or test.

33. Read and follow all directions on tests and exams.

34. Balance academic work with safe and constructive leisure activities.

35. Get involved in at least one activity on campus, such as a club, organization, or volunteer work.

36. Get adequate sleep.

37. Eat nutritious foods.

38. Avoid smoking, drinking alcohol, and using drugs.

39. Seek help when needed.

40. Enjoy learning.

To be a more successful student, carefully examine the reasons for any "Seldom" answers, and make a commitment to change them to "Usually."

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