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What is your self motivation for school?

By Guest Author On April 6, 2010 Under Self Help Tips

like your personal motivations i dont need the definition just what motivates you ill take any answer

The desire to do well in life & also so I don’t disappoint my parents. Also in some subjects such as languages and biology I enjoy learning about them.

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8 comments - add yours
J????? ??? JPA

April 7, 2010

The desire to do well in life & also so I don’t disappoint my parents. Also in some subjects such as languages and biology I enjoy learning about them.
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Panama Joe

April 7, 2010

When I was in school, I never did very well. I just didn’t care; there seemed to be no point. When I joined the Navy, they sent me to school, and on our test cards were two cartoons: one showed a sailor chipping paint in the hot sun and sweating like crazy, the other showed a sailor in a lab, with a fan, doing some testing on a radio set with an oscilloscope.

I got the idea real fast, and had a 90%+ average all through my schools.
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bookwormaster

April 7, 2010

Books… words… life… and the very brick walls that encloses me… black grills… flights of stairs… noise… textures.. people… the place where millions of dances take place… the bond between the pen and pencil… open space to run and roam freely… art… doodling… music… and being… someone I recognise…

Cheers!!!!!
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Private <}:-})

April 7, 2010

My motivation for school was those ahead of me
who did so well, and I wasn’t, so I made it my "priority." <}:-})

I see many people who can’t even balance their checkbook.
Their was one person who kept using his debit card, and the machine
kept on giving him the money, and was then shocked with the overdraft fees.
He couldn’t understand why the machine kept giving him money,
when he didn’t have any. <}:-{(

One rule of many in life is to learn form others mistakes,
"but not by copying their answers." <}:-})
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blit32

April 7, 2010

i had an inferiority complex and had to prove to myself i was not stupid. i failed out of middle school and flunked my way into learning disability classes in high school. i didn’t graduate until i was almost 20 years old. i studied and earned a 3.94 in graduate school (Magna in bachelors prior) because i had to prove i was not stupid. it had nothing to do with anyone else but me. i studied all alone and didn’t really talk much and did not go to parties, etc. thing is though, school doesn’t make you smart. being smart is the ability to figure anything out and earn those good grades. being smart is being capable to do good in school. lots of people could do just as well with the money and time to go to school. all the rest of it is just having a mind full of facts, that is having a good memory not being smart.
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Jim

April 7, 2010

My motivation would purely be practical…without it, who will hire me? Pretty important reason, don’t you think?
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John N

April 7, 2010

To hopefully become a better person and hopefully fulfill my true potential. To become the person that I know I am.
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Dreamer

April 7, 2010

The desire not to disappoint my parents.And the desire to help people with my knowledge in the future.
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