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Good morning everyone. Today I’m here to present to you about some chief points which have a great influence on high school student’s success. First and foremost , if you absolutely want to be getting excellent at any subjects you really like, you should have your own passion. Basic knowledge, of course, has also played an irrefutably important role during your school life. Because we’re only able to learn advanced-level if we understand it totally. It can not be denied that deligence is one of the most essential ways to make your success. Moreover, a student who wishes to be good at studies should be delight, studious and hard-working. More notably, you shouldn’t miss learning lessons daily .

Another factor which is often dismissed as unimportant would be parental support. In modern life, some families don’t request their children to be the best or to be good at school and they give them love, encouragement . By doing so, students will be further driven to achieve success as there are people who support them at any times. If a family put all their faith in their children, however, they can’t completely do their best just because they feel they’re put under pressure .

Now we’ll move on to the next one. Last but not least, academic environment at school also decide the success of students. If you make friends with bad manners, you’ll never be encouraged to become better,while progressive friends will always be able to facilitate improvement of your results more and more. More importantly, the teachers, the staff, the facility, the major orientation, the financial improvement and so on have a significant impact on the young person’s motivation to excel.

All in all, success of high school student is decided by many various factors, however ultimately it depends on oneself. Being successful in high school leads success in life.…...

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