Monday, October 31, 2011


Academic knowledge gets you ahead in a competitive world and on the surface, academic performance relates to: the ability to study and remember facts; being able to see how facts fit together and form larger patterns of knowledge; being able to think for yourself in relation to facts; being able to communicate your knowledge verbally or down on paper.

Scratch the surface and you'll find that good academic performance is also linked to having good organizational skills such as a tidy place to work and good time management. Scratch more deeply and you'll find that excellent academic performance depends on having the right mind-set for learning.

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