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Are you a successful student In high school or college some students behavior is different than at home Some students choose rude behavior in class well others choose well Which is an example of a successful student students like these you will see few in the class If you want to be a successful student you must have three characteristics respectful helpful and work hard The first characteristic of a successful student is to be a respectful to teachers and parents When it comes to respect you always think of your parents However you also need to respect to your teachers because they are the one who are giving knowledge to you and helping you to reach your goal in life Next after teacher you have to give respect to your parents because they have helped you throw your whole life For example paying for your high school fees and washing your clothes Somewhere in a book I have read it that if you will give respect than you will get respect The second characteristic of a successful student is to be a helpful Helping others is an always a good idea with their work or ext If you see person walking throw hallway and suppose that person is caring more than one books on his or her hands Moreover if some books fall out from his or her hands you must help him or her to pick up books For example last week I was going with my friends to play basketball as I came out side of my house Two women called me and said can you help me they were putting exercise machine in their car However they didnt know how to do it So I went there and helped those two women If you see someone who need help you should help even if you dont know him or herThe third characteristic of a successful student is working hard on your
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