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July 22, 2011




In all seriousness though, during my 6 years in college, I'd say that #2, 6, and 9 above were by far the biggest reasons why students did poorly.


When I attended college, AT TIMES, I was probably guilty of 3, 6 and 10. However, it was only occasionally----and I loved the college experience enough to compensate with a couple 4.0s and high 3s mixed in with a lot of semesters hovering around 2.3. In the end, I got my degrees. Looking back----I wish I would have taken advantage of college more than I did. #10 kept me in classes that weren't challenging enough. I will say that this list can almost be used to evaluate people in the workforce too. Many of these characteristics explain why some people are lousy employees.

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