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The definition of "great students" is not very easy to define. Personally, I believe that there are many different levels of great students. However, in most cases, great students generally have the same characteristics.
What does it even mean to be a great student? Well, the answer to that is somewhat difficult. Being a great student can be as simple as being punctual, completing the assigned tasks or even getting along when working with others. On the other hand, just trying your best, working hard and having the right attitude towards learning can be the definition of a great student. Why is it that there are just so many different interpretations of being a great student? Different people have different values and that creates different levels of success. For example, one student may achieve a mark of 85% on a test and that would mean high success for that person. However, his or her friend may feel that 85% is not high enough to mean success. Situations such as this one would create a problem for the definite meaning of a "great student".
Although I feel that there are many different explanations for being a great student, I do believe that people who share the same desire to be a good student have some similar characteristics. For example, everyone wants to obtain perfect marks in school. Not only that, but I believe that most people want to be successful. There are many steps involved in the process of becoming successful. I feel that everyone has set goals to achieve, and it could even be as simple as trying to attend all the classes for a semester without skipping. Once you have set specific targets for yourself, then you'll try hard to meet those standards, which I hope everyone does. The reason I feel that great students share the same characteristics is because they try hard to meet goals that they have set for themselves.
So what exactly does it take to be a great student? All I can say is that it really depends on the person who this question is directed to. There are just too many interpretations and different levels of great students.