What I always noticed at school was the difference in how the pupils were in life.How the pupils of a lower level of education are different in life towards pupils at a higher level of education.
Pupils at a lower level are much more hampered by the dilemmas of life, they experience more home violence, drugs, narcissism, beatings, ect… As a result, the pupil is also difficult and unmotivated to learn.This is why the teenager has such an apathetic attitude. The kind of “it can’t care me all.” However, they are trying to tell that they are struggling. Growing up for the teenager is also scary. First, life for a child was so much fun and you have to be serious and independent as you grow up.
With pupils on higher education you do not notice this.They have more discipline, are more motivated and can concentrate well. To them you may not notice that they are hindered. They were also much better prepared for life as a child.
Take introspection on yourself and learn to know yourself.This will recognise your potency. If you ever end up in a conflict, learn about it instead of forgetting it as this will hinder you differently during your work which will make you work less concentrated.
Learn from quarrels with friends.About love or other situations in which you are located. Not only conflicts from the outside but also inside. This is in my opinion a fairly adequate way to bring yourself higher up in training.
Follow a training and pass the exam.
Altogether the secondary-school behavior learned to drop:
In a training where your passion lies, it is absolutely not about consuming, rehearing and reproducing in a snapshot.
That’s what it’s like to be really curious and amazed, to pick up/sponges, and actually possess knowledge and skills (so they can call them without guidance and apply them in particular).
In doing so, every uni. Training assumes that you need to know more where you can find/detect necessary knowledge than you need to cram that into that memory.You will therefore learn the distinction between good objective knowledge/sources, and spontaneously fabricated subjective opinions.
And the ways to be able to form a logical, consistent conclusion (from already existing knowledge and from that basic knowledge of a real presumption).
You really have to be open to that.What also means that when knowledge and skills are offered to you [lectures and other moments you should not ask the question “what does that person expect of me for a sufficient”, but must be able to answer the questions “Why does that person tell me Exactly that/does that person think that this is very important to teach me for my direction “? And certainly “how can I ever apply it, or as a researcher, or as a practical set”?
Can you answer these two questions [and remember what is said: that you have enough automatically.
If after those years you know what your direction really means, what knowledge to find, how you apply it, and how you can put it creatively and questions, and develop solutions (even conclusions): You are well trained.
You will notice when you consciously and consciously apply your knowledge and creativity to the world outside that training institute, and when you are going to function very well with confidence or in your direction, or even add something: you are ready.
After that, it’s only going to be assertive/firmly in those shoes to claim your place.
PS [Training direction does not matter, you really follow your passion (really flourish and certainly enter into real heavy challenges), it will be good with that future.