Field Research On College Success
Profile of interviewee 1
The biggest challenge that I faced was managing my part-time job. It was not easy for me to study and work on the same day, but I needed financing. My father died when I was a kid, so I missed him at times when I needed emotional support.
I overcame the challenge by realizing my duty. I studied in the morning so that I could perform my evening job appropriately. To overcome the second challenge I built a close relationship with my mom. I shared everything with her, and it worked.
My college gave me a scholarship in the third semester when I got a good GPA. That lessened the burden as I didn't have to do a part-time job. The college also provided career counseling.
I enjoyed the parties and sports. It made me feel alive and was the best source of overcoming stress.
If would get a chance for getting my degree again I would try to perform better in academics and extracurricular.
I had to get up early in the morning because for the first two semesters I had to work part-time.
My determination and sense of responsibility allowed me to create a balance between activities.
I would advise you to do your best because you'll get one chance for graduation.
Profile of interviewee 2
I faced the challenge of competing with my class fellows because I was aspiring to stay on top. It was difficult to get high grades in all subjects as everyone was giving their best. I was weak in math.
I studied hard and completed homework on time. I practice math a lot and used to study it with my neighbor who was good in math.
I used the service of student counseling because it was very stressful for me to compete. When I faced uncomfortable or had difficulties in studying I availed the services.
I enjoyed my studies and classes.
If I get a chance to get my degree again, I will make sure to worry less and enjoy more. I think I was unnecessarily overstressed.
I was good at managing time because I had set morning alarm. I used to sleep on time and watched TV for a few hours.
I think I didn't balances personal and college life well because I used to stay away for the family on weekends for extra study.
I would advise you to study well but give some time to extracurricular and social activities also.
Profile of interviewee 3
I faced the challenges of making friends, group tasks and getting good grades.
It tools me time to realize that I had to open up and people to open up. I learned the art of accepting criticism, so it helped me to do well in group assignments. I made a schedule for study hours and approached classmates for help.
I enjoyed clubs and sports.
If I get a chance to graduate again, I will try to be a better student.
I availed student counseling because I needed motivation for studying. I discussed issues with the counselor and felt better.
It was tough for me to manage the time I was often late from college and skipped classes. I didn't follow a schedule until my fifth semester.
I gave time to my family and parents on weekends. We enjoyed movies and did other things.
I would advise you to take your studies seriously.
Profile of interviewee 4
I faced a communication problem that caused trouble during my interaction with the teacher. I encountered difficulty in-group tasks due to a lack of confidence.
I discussed my problem with the teachers and they supported me. In groups, I tried to open up and discuss my issues, so everyone helped.
I availed the counseling services for overcoming my confidence problem.
I enjoyed the art society.
I would try to become a confident and prominent student.
I followed a good schedule such as waking time, time for college, studying, exercise and TV.
I had a good relationship with family, so we watched the daily show together and sat together on weekends.
You must maintain a balance between academics and social life.
The comparison of the interviewees depicts that everyone wanted to do better in their graduations. This indicates that no one was fully satisfied with their performance at the college. The students working part-time were overpressurized apparent in the answer of (interview 1). Respondents that lacked motivation were unable to study well (interviewee 3). Stress for good grades caused inconvenience and studying problems (interviewee 2). Lack of confidence influenced a student's ability to interact with others (interviewee 4). All respondents agreed that in graduation students must engage in academics and extracurricular.
On the basis of these results, I could plan for my own college success. I would stay motivated towards my goals and build a good schedule for managing my time at college and home. I would give good time to study but also take part in social activities such as clubs and dramas. I will maintain a balance between academic and personal life by spending time with family on weekends.
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