FIVE P-TRAITS FOR ACADEMIC EFFICACY

To finish on time what we start we need to maintain academic efficacy: We are most successful in academics if we have a structured plan; our success depends less on other people and more on our own selves. We should play our part; our output increases when we regard ourselves as owners, rather than servants working for a benefit. We should know our position; we should consider our challenges as ladders that enhance our elevation, rather than as obstacles that prevent our motion and discourage us. We should maintain our progression; our success should be driven by our own self-drive. Academic proficiency calls for a proactive attitude.

We are designed to fly high; let us not stoop too low and resort to crawling.

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