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Reasons Students Fail College Below are some of the primary reasons students fail. Critically examine each to see if it describes you. Determining the problem, being aware of the causes, is a first step in seeking a workable solution. If you recognize yourself, set goals for overcoming the difficulty described. Students fail because they: 1. Have an inadequate concept of the amount and quality of work required.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Place too much importance on other activities. 3. Have vague or no long-term goals. 4. Fail to assume responsibility. 5. Choose an inappropriate major. 6. Have not mastered the language. 7. Experience interference from psychological problems. 8. Make little effort to overcome poor background. 9. Have chosen the wrong college....
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