Consider the things you, as a student, aided in your success or failure to complete that educational need. This would also put in consideration any negative peer pressure or teachers that might not have given you that special attention that was needed, when you were required to attend public or private school.
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That was a very good response to my question. It helps me a lot in looking at the need in education.
If I might ask you.... what made you feel that you did not take it seriously.? I am a former educator, and I am looking to research what could have helped students on a whole to achieve their success. Thanks for answering my question.
I wasn't a party animal or a screw up, but I didn't have much of an idea of what I wanted to do or where to go after college was over. I did the work but I wasn't really headed towards any kind of goal. I wish I had figured that out beforehand..
Thank you for bringing your thoughts about education to my question. I must ask did you get the choice of careers you really wanted? From your answer it appears that you feel you are very successful at something in your life.
Ladyblue - YEs everything worked out as planned and am happily employed in my career choice. The only issue was delayed graduation due to class scheduling
Thanks for your answer, and I definitely have always thought study skills were a very needed area of education for success.