Characteristics of top performing students

November 29, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

Mindshift has posted an item titled Three Things Top Performing Students Know That Their Peers Miss. It includes the video below and brief explanation of things that successful students do, including:

  • characteristics  like self-discipline and self-motivation are  more important than IQ
  • work hard in the right ways
  • take practice tests
  • make studying schedules that include things they like to do on their schedule and then work study time in after.

Check it out!

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