Rate students I have encountered many students and I am a university student now. Generally, different people have different standards to evaluate students. As far as I am concerned, mark is not the only standard to evaluate a studentz. To rate best to worst students, I have the following standards-----moral factors and capacity factors. Firstly, in terms of the moral factors, I think honesty and diligence are the most important moral characters that best students should have. Honest people can gain a lot. Those who always tell truth or keep their promise not only let others trust them but gain respect from other people as well. Such students are sure to have a lot of friends. Because they are respectable and trustworthy, everyone is eager to make friends with them. Besides, when these honest students grow up, it is easier for them to get a good job. Generally speaking, every employer wants his employees to be honest. In a word, honesty wins trust, respect and honor. A best student must be honest. Diligence is the key to success. It means persisting in one's study. It does not mean exerting ourselves all day and all night without rest, food and sleep. The true meaning of diligence for a student is to use time carefully for the purpose of improvement, or to study persistently without wasting time. Therefore, I think good students can make good use of their time and study hard. Just as a saying goes, "diligence is the mother of success." At the same time, insistence, optimism and confidence are also important moral characters which best students should have. If students do not have some of these moral characters, I think they are not the perfect students. The more they own, the better they are. Secondly, from the aspects of the capacity factors, I think the quality of learning and the ability of cooperation are the
Unit 3-Personal Finance Test Review
Short-term goal: is something you wish to achieve in the next 1-2 months
Ex: save $30 over 3 weeks to buy a new car part
Medium- term goal: is something you wish to achieve in the next 3-12 months
Ex: save $50 or $15 a month for 1 year
Long-term goal: is something that you wish to achieve in the next year or more
Ex: save $6000 over 3 years to pay off a car
Fixed Expenses: expenses that you should be fairly predictable and consistent each month/year…
My GPA is my main focus right now. To be completely honest I made a big mistake when I started college. I registered for college at Northwest Vista a campus that is completely on the other side of town. Knowing that my family was in the processes of moving I still registered to go to that campus. Later on after the move I would drive about 30 miles just to get to school. Every morning I would wake up an extra 45 minutes to get to my detestation. The distance only became a huge problem…
are experiencing the weakest recovery on record for the United States. Last quarter’s advised GDP growth was only 2.8 percent. This is far below the average 5 or higher percent growth rate after recession. The weak recovery has been a major reason of another big problem for our economy—the job market. Unemployment rate has been staying at wildly 9% and above and there isn’t a sign of strong rebound in the foreseeable future in the job market. While all these are big problems that our economy is facing…
High school dropout rates (meaning of young people ages 16 to 24) slowly declined between 1972 and 2004, from 15 percent to a low of 10 percent in 2003. In 2004 the rate did not decrease but remained at the same level. In this statistics only those people were counted who did not finish high school and at the moment were not enrolled in high school or equivalent program.
Is dropout rate the same for both genders or it differs, does it depend on race, social status? What are the results of school…
Peer Schools are schools that have similar grade levels and students with similar demographic characteristics, such as the
percentage of students qualifying for Free/Reduced Lunch, Limited English Proficiency programs or Special Education
This school outperforms 17% of schools statewide as noted
by its statewide percentile ranking and 29% of schools
educating students with similar demographic characteristics
as noted in its peer school percentile…
which students have limited opportunities appear to have limited opportunities appear to have higher dropout rates. Lack of Academic success can easily discourage a student from finishing school. Students who often get low grades, fail subjects, and are returned in grade are more likely to leave school prior to graduation.
In 2000 Russell W. Rumberger and S.L. Thomas found that public, urban, and large schools and those with higher student-teacher ratios tend to have higher dropout rates.
there can be many disadvantaged. Community college tuition is already is free for low income students that qualify for financial aid. Making college fees free would create crowded community college campuses. Furthermore having free community college would have needy students to enroll into a college with low graduation rate.
Joanne exclaims that college tuition is already free for low-income students , “They point out that community college tuition already is free for low-income…
a recent study at YHS, 97% of students believe that school should start later in the day. Students should be able to start school later because they would have better health. If the school day started later less students wouldn’t sleep in class and fail their classes. Less students would get into motor vehicle crashes, students are tired and don’t have the focus to be behind the wheel. There would be less tardies when they have a better night sleep. Finally, students should have school later in the…
characteristics. Meanwhile, it also used statistical test to analyze the difference between the rate per 1000 students of theft incident and the type of college. The results confirmed that no difference between the type of incident and the school characteristics because of no significance and public college had less theft incidents than private college. Specifically the mean of rate per 1000 students of theft incidents happened on public college is 5.764, and the mean of it in private college is…
unimaginable. The idea of free college tuition has been wanted by many and denied by dozens.
Free college tuition could create equality by giving everyone a chance to go to college and get a
education. It would raise college acceptance rates all across the united states. Equality in
education would create a positive impact on an everyday society.
In the United states today there are 4,599 Degreegranting institutions,1,729 2year
colleges, 2,870 4year colleges and 2,422 Less than 2year colleges…