Thinking of Learning As a Reward
A student is basically a person enrolled in an educational institution or other formal learning institute and who is under instruction with aims of gaining knowledge, mastering new skills, developing professional careers and attaining employment in preferred field. In this system of education, all the learners are grouped together based on their different ability to learn. There may be various levels of learners such as beginners, intermediate and advance learners.
A student can choose any school for learning. Before enrollment in any school, the student should meet minimum academic requirements by means of TOEFL, GMAT, ACT and other tests that can help determine the suitability of the school. There are some fields of study in which every student has to undergo training such as, teaching, English language and culture among others. To gain entry into these fields of study, a student has to clear all the entrance examination such as, TOEFL, GMAT, ACT and others.
To develop his knowledge further, a student can pursue higher education or further training. Certain institutions also offer diploma courses in which students learn new skills in addition to their regular coursework. Students who have passed the basic level of learning can move on to the next level of learning by gaining extra credits. Some students opt for advanced courses which enhance their knowledge and skill set in addition to increasing employability and earning potential.
If I am a student then i must follow certain rules and regulations. It is an etiquette in our society to keep distance from our parents when they are present or around. The best way to get close to them is by talking about themselves and the issues that have come up during our daily lives. This helps us understand better and comprehend what we are supposed to do in specific situations. When a student wants to raise his/her hand during class time, there must be at least two students to hear out the same statement.
During examination times, there are certain questions that need to be answered briefly. The speaker does not have to introduce himself unless he desires so if there are no other students to ask, then the teacher can just mention this by saying, “That is the question which all the students have to answer.” After answering the question, the speaker again asks, “leeship?” If the student raises his/her hand, the teacher says, “Yes.”
In a nutshell, being a student is a learning experience that is both challenging and rewarding. If someone were to say that learning is not a reward but more of hard work, then we would definitely agree with him. But life is about rewards, isn’t it? So the next time you think of studying hard to become successful, try thinking of it as a reward for yourself.