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Hung Nguyen Professor Hurter and McFarland English 1301 06 October 2011 The Differences between Successful and Unsuccessful Students At the library, a student concentrates on doing his physics homework on his computer. After completing his assignment, he reads an US history book and writes down main points for the assigned chapter. In contrast, another student focuses on playing games on his laptop. Then, he reads a funny comic book. Successful students are different from unsuccessful students in three areas: being prepared, communicating effectively in class, and concentration. First, the most notable difference between these two kinds of students is their preparation for class. Successful students like Peter, my classmate in US history class, always read materials before coming to class. Reading materials helped Peter absorb a great deal of information about the war between America and Spain. Hence, he could talk about the causes of this war and got extra credits from his professor easily. After class, he asked his teacher about the effects of the US government on the war in order to understand the lesson more clearly. On the other hand,
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