Master the Five-Paragraph Essay
The five-paragraph essay is one of the most common composition assignments out there, whether for high school or college students. It is a classic assignment because it presents an arena in which writers can demonstrate their command of language and punctuation, as well as their logic and rhetorical skills. These skills are useful not only for classroom assignments and college application essays, but even in the business world, as employees have to write memorandums and reports, which draw on the same skills.
Mastering the five-paragraph essay is doable, and here are some tips.
Components of a Good Essay
The five-paragraph essay lives up to its name, because is has five paragraphs, as follows: an introductory paragraph that includes a thesis, three body paragraphs, each which includes support and development, and one concluding paragraph.
Its structure sometimes generates other names for the same essay, including three-tier essay, one-three-one, or a hamburger essay. Whether you are writing a cause-and-effect essay, a persuasive essay, an argumentative essay or a compare-and-contrast essay, you should use this same structure and the following specifics.
Keys to Introductory Paragraphs
Any introductory paragraph contains from three to five sentences and sets up the tone and structure for the whole essay. The first sentence should be a so-called hook sentence and grabs the reader. Examples of hook sentences include a quote, a joke, a rhetorical question or a shocking fact. This is the sentence that will keep your readers reading. Draw them in.
What Makes a Thesis Statement
The last sentence should be your thesis statement, which is the argument you are going to make in the essay. It is the sentence that contains the main point of the essay, or what you are trying to prove. It should be your strongest claim in the whole essay, telling the reader what the paper is about. You should be able to look back at it to keep your argument focused. The other sentences in this paragraph should be general information that links the first sentence and the thesis.
Content of Supporting Paragraphs
Each of the next three paragraphs follows the same general structure of the introductory paragraph. That is, they have one introduction sentence, evidence and arguments in three to five sentences, and a conclusion. Each one of them should define and defend your thesis sentence in the introduction.
The first body paragraph should be dedicated to proving your most powerful point. The second body paragraph can contain your weakest point, because the third body paragraph can, and should, support another strong argument.
Concluding Paragraph Tips
Your concluding paragraph is important, and can be difficult. Ideally, you can begin by restating your thesis. Then you can recall or restate all three to five of your supporting arguments. You should summarize each main point. If you have made similar arguments multiple times, join those together in one sentence.
Essentially, in the concluding or fifth paragraph, you should restate what your preceding paragraphs were about and draw a conclusion. It should answer the question: So what? Even if the answer seems obvious to you, write it down so that your reader can continue to easily follow your thinking process, and hopefully, agree with you.
A Note on Compare and Contrast
Let’s look a little more closely at the compare-and-contrast essay, which is a very common assignment. It can be a confusing one due to the terms used. Comparing two items is to show how they are alike. Contrasting two items is to show how they are different. One way to approach this essay is to make a grid for yourself that compares or contrasts two items before you start writing. Then, write about those characteristics. Do not try to write about both. The name of the essay is actually misleading.
Keep these pointers in mind when you need to write a five-paragraph essay, and your end result will be clear in its argument, leading your reader to the right conclusion. Often, that conclusion is to agree with you, and who doesn’t like to be right?
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Knowing how to write a college essay is a useful skill for anyone who plans to go to college. Most colleges and universities ask you to submit a writing sample with your application. As a student, you’ll also write essays in your courses. Impress your professors with your knowledge and skill by using these great essay writing tips.
Most college essays ask you to answer a question or synthesize information you learned in class. Review notes you have from lectures, read the recommended texts and make sure you understand the topic. You should refer to these sources in your essay.
Plan Your Essay
Many students see planning as a waste of time, but it actually saves you time. Take a few minutes to think about the topic and what you want to say about it. You can write an outline, draw a chart or use a graphic organizer to arrange your ideas. This gives you a chance to spot problems in your ideas before you spend time writing out the paragraphs.
Choose a Writing Method That Feels Comfortable
You might have to type your essay before turning it in, but that doesn’t mean you have to write it that way. Some people find it easy to write out their ideas by hand. Others prefer typing in a word processor where they can erase and rewrite as needed. Find the one that works best for you and stick with it.
View It as a Conversation
Writing is a form of communication, so think of your essay as a conversation between you and the reader. Think about your response to the source material and the topic. Decide what you want to tell the reader about the topic. Then, stay focused on your response as you write.
Provide the Context in the Introduction
If you look at an example of an essay introduction, you’ll see that the best essays give the reader a context. Think of how you introduce two people to each other. You share the details you think they will find most interesting. Do this in your essay by stating what it’s about and then telling readers what the issue is.
Explain What Needs to be Explained
Sometimes you have to explain concepts or define words to help the reader understand your viewpoint. You also have to explain the reasoning behind your ideas. For example, it’s not enough to write that your greatest achievement is running an ultra marathon. You might need to define ultra marathon and explain why finishing the race is such an accomplishment.
Answer All the Questions
After you finish writing the first draft of your essay, make sure you’ve answered all the questions you were supposed to answer. For example, essays in compare and contrast format should show the similarities and differences between ideas, objects or events. If you’re writing about a significant achievement, describe what you did and how it affected you.
Stay Focused as You Write
Writing requires concentration. Find a place where you have few distractions and give yourself time to write without interruptions. Don’t wait until the night before the essay is due to start working on it.
Read the Essay Aloud to Proofread
When you finish writing your essay, read it aloud. You can do this by yourself or ask someone to listen to you read it. You’ll notice places where the ideas don’t make sense, and your listener can give you feedback about your ideas.
Avoid Filling the Page with Words
A great essay does more than follow an essay layout. It has something to say. Sometimes students panic and write everything they know about a topic or summarize everything in the source material. Your job as a writer is to show why this information is important.
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Are you a good or bad student? 3 Pages 840 Words
Being a good student is what everyone wants to believe they are. But in reality we all know that there are bad students. I, myself would like to believe I am a good student but when I looked over the facts it seems that I am a bad student. One reason I believe I am a bad student is because I fall asleep in class. My second reason is that I don't always do homework. Lastly, my third reason is that I argue with my teachers. In the future I wish to be a good student and change most of the qualities that force me to believe I am a bad student. The first reason that persuades me to believe I am a bad student Is I fall asleep in class. This is bad; because I miss a lot of information during the five to twenty minutes I am sleeping. I fell asleep in science on Tuesday; I missed a lot of information on a subject I knew nothing about. The main reason that is bad is because when test day comes I will have no clue on what we went over. I also fell asleep in civics that Tuesday (bad day for me...). I had just finished a packet in 10 minutes that we had 30 minutes to complete. So, I thought I would sleep for the other 20 minutes. Well, I overslept and missed all of the correct information when they were going over the packet. Additionally, I fell asleep in my sixth period class. What a big mistake. One of the meanest teachers I have. I'm lucky I didn't get a golden ticket (detention pass). My second bad attribute is that I frequently miss homework assignments. I missed a journal check in Mr. Porcelli's class which is bringing down my already low grade. This is bad because I have to maintain a C average to stay on the wrestling team, and a B average to satisfy my parents. I also do poorly on homework assignments, so bad that it would save the embarrassment just to take the zero. That is bad because it ruins my reputation to the teachers and I'm not giving my full effort to ...
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Qualities to be a good and complete student
Black_Code 1 / 4 Aug 25, 2009 #1 Topic: "What are important qualities of a good student. Use specific details and examples to explain why they are important." * When I was young I used to be taught to work hark to earn knowledge and get highest score to be a good student at school. Gradually, I found that a good student have to be not only a wide-knowledge bookworm but also an active person in community and a well-prepared worker for the future. The first and foremost important quality of a good student is, of course, hard working. We can't have a good result in academic success without training and effort. Vladimir I. Lenin claimed that "learn, learn more, learn forever", that show us the importance of learning in our whole livetime regardless of the age. Knowledge is not inborn but experienced, not unchaged but keep-up-date, and not easy but hard to earn, and those who don't have willing enough to face challenges and those who don't have passion for working would not come to achieve their goals and succeed in their lives. The next quality is active in community. A good student should be highly appriciated not only by his academic success but by his social activities as well. In other words, a good person should be measured not only by what is he doing well for himself but also by what is he contributing for community. In addition, an active student means a comminicative skillful person in life and thus he is widening the chances to make friends with everybody around him and this is obviously a good thing we always want to, so that his college-life should be more fun and his confidence increasingly grow up. Last but not least quality of a good student is well-prepared for the future. All student is taught to have ambitious and to keep on high dream, yet he should know how to let dream meets reality, and he should be practical and realistic because life is not fair and every step to success takes time and patience. All student have to do right now from school is a good preparation for every step with a careful plan and always keep in mind that failure is one thing that he should have to face and overcome to gain experiences and to achieve goals. In conclusion, a good student should have all qualities that mentioned above, and even more other quality to be a good and complete student. A hark working student tells us his passion; an active student tells us his social responsibilities; and a well-prepared student tells us his abilities. Every student should have all of these qualities to be a good student.
EF_Simone 2 / 1,986 Aug 25, 2009 #3 Can you tell us for what purpose you have written this essay. It's listed as an undergraduate admission essay, but I suspect you may have written it for another purpose. Audience and purpose matter. Please tell us who provided the prompt in response to which you wrote this essay.
EF_Sean 6 / 3,491 Aug 25, 2009 #4 Yeah, this sounds an awful lot like a TOEFL prompt. Also, bear in mind that grammatical mistakes are worse when they alter your meaning. So: The next quality is active in community This literally means that there is some quality, possibly dedication or honesty, lets say, that is active in the community. Whereas, you want to say that willingness to be active in the community is another key quality that successful students possess.
OP Black_Code 1 / 4 Aug 26, 2009 #5 Thanks all of you for your kindly corrections, and I'll rewrite this topic later more careful. By your comments I realized three important things that I should be improved for a better essay: - Having a good grammatical base - Mastering a right style of English writing - Possessing rich ideas so that I can immediately express whenever I have a topic to work out (Anything else?) I know this kind of writing is a bit differ from TOEFL's. The technique that I have been using to write the essay is taught by the course titled "Writing Academic English" by Alice Oshima, published by Longman. Is the style of a TOEFL essay differ from an academic essay's? P/S; There aree lots of grammatical mistakes that I should have to revise, includes: When I was young I used to taught to → When I was little I was told to In community → In the community The first and foremost, the next, last but not least quality → Firstly, secondly, lastly And so many others... :)
OP Black_Code 1 / 4 Aug 28, 2009 #6 Any grammatical mistakes here, dear EF-ers? Plz...
jgv115 4 / 25 Aug 28, 2009 #7 This bit: Vladimir I. Lenin claimed that "learn, learn more, learn forever", this show us the importance of learning in our whole lifetime regardless of the age. I think if you changed it to: Vladimir I. Lenin's famous quote "learn, learn more, learn forever", shows us the importance of learning in our whole lifetime regardless of the age. or just Vladimir I. Lenin's quote "learn, learn more, learn forever", shows us the importance of learning in our whole lifetime regardless of the age. Sounds much better in my opinion.
OP Black_Code 1 / 4 Sep 3, 2009 #8 Thanks jgv115, your help is very meaningful to me. And any other words/sentences should be corrected in my essay?
EF_Sean 6 / 3,491 Sep 4, 2009 #9 I know this kind of writing is a bit differ from TOEFL's. The technique that I have been using to write the essay is taught by the course titled "Writing Academic English" by Alice Oshima, published by Longman. Is the style of a TOEFL essay differ from an academic essay's? Yes. TOEFL use a much simpler structure, as they are really meant to test proficiency in English, not critical thinking ability. You still haven't told us why you are writing this essay. That information is sort of important, as it determines what sort of feedback is appropriate. An essay that would be a model of perfection for a TOEFL essay, for instance, might well be too slight to be at all good for a GRE essay.
OP Black_Code 1 / 4 Sep 4, 2009 #10 The reason why I am writing this essay is just that I wanna build up my ability to express immediately my opinion about a topic I have to do through the templates given. You know, templates are very useful for us to write an essay for fast and fluent, but I don't know how to use it in a creative and native way. What can I do for now?
EF_Sean 6 / 3,491 Sep 4, 2009 #11 The thing is, what you should do depends very heavily on the level of proficiency you are striving for. For a TOEFL essay, this isn't that bad. It just needs a few grammar tweaks. For an essay written for, say, Grade 12 English, your grammar needs a lot of tightening, and you would want to go into a bit more depth than you do here. For a GRE-level essay, you would need to start over, looking at the various categories of qualities that might exist, as well as making sure to define "student" in your introduction. For instance, you might consider whether intelligence and native ability are important qualities. What about personality traits? Overall attitude? Do these three things connect? If so, how? So if you are just writing to improve generally, then you might as well aim at the highest level, and try writing a more detailed essay, I suppose.
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Hometown : Covina, California, USA
High School : Public school, 450 students in graduating class
Ethnicity : White
Gender : Female
GPA : 4.0 out of 4.0
SAT : Reading 680, Math 660, Writing 730
SAT Subject Tests Taken : Biology E/M, Literature
Extracurriculars : Club soccer captain, newspaper sports editor, National Honor Society president, California Scholarship Federation president, National Science Bowl captain
Awards : All-Academic Team for Palomares League for soccer, National Hispanic Scholar, AP Scholar, Co-Student-Athlete of the Year, second team all Palomares League, valedictorian
Major : Sociology
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Canvass the people who know me—friends, family, teammates—and I’m certain they would all agree on one description of me. I’m a good student. I’d offer that label up myself.
I know that’s fairly boring, but I just turned 18. There’s still so much I don’t know or haven’t experienced. Future selves (author? professor? reality TV star?) are yet to come. But one thing I do know with certainty is that being a good student is not just about getting good grades.
Through ninth grade, I measured myself in A’s. School was a place where I spent seven hours a day, aching for the day to end. I was motivated to get those A’s only because my parents wanted me to. However, I didn’t care. Liberated by the school bell, I would turn off my brain and focus on other things: friends, sports, and the contents of the DVR. Nothing in a classroom had ever inspired me to do much more than my homework.
Then I took AP world history with Mr. Stratton. I started out terrified: this was my first AP class. I anticipated challenging material and copious homework, and yes, those things did happen. But I didn’t mind it: I trusted my teacher. I even started to worry less about the test in May. What I discovered—happily—was the sheer joy of learning.
“What’s going to make you successful in the future are hard work, passion, and curiosity—not the numbers one to five,” Mr. Stratton told us. I remember the words verbatim because I recorded his speech to the class the day before the AP exam. That was how crazily excited I was about this class.
He was an amazing and, yes, life-changing teacher. He showed a “grade junkie” (a common term of his) like myself that it’s not about the tests or scores. Questions. Discovery. Knowledge. These are the things that actually matter.
I still spout off information from AP World—especially from chapter 29: “The French Revolution.” I’ve often compared the hierarchies of my own high school to the stratified society of France. (Plans for a Basketball Court Oath—we don’t have tennis courts, alas—have yet to materialize.)
My new enthusiasm extended to all my classes and activities. Everything had something to offer—even Physics. I found my identity as a good student, embracing those principles of hard work, passion, and curiosity. Now I cherish all of my hours at school wholeheartedly, from pep rallies to the soccer field, from the science lab to the newspaper room. Furthermore, I seek to educate myself outside the syllabus, reading Sylvia Plath or watching YouTube videos on history. I want to be a good student of life.
I find knowledge satisfying when it provides perspective on the state of the world. History, literature, science, politics, Spanish—every course gives me a greater understanding of how people behave, how the world works, why things are the way they are. (And also prepares me, I hope, to change the world in my own ways in the future.) Mr. Stratton taught us about the Age of Enlightenment—and his class was itself a time of enlightenment for me.
I am proof that good students are made by good teachers. I am grateful to Mr. Stratton and every other teacher I have had who has changed me, inspired me, informed me, and yes, graded me. This passion for learning they have ignited in me will continue to burn through my college years—a new Age of Enlightenment.
I cannot help but browse college course descriptions, eager to embark on new adventures of learning. I know I am a good student— and I hope to be one for the rest of my life.
In this essay, Ronni presents herself sincerely and openly. The light- hearted introduction effectively establishes the fact that she will be talking about the academic side of her life without sounding pretentious or full of herself. She does an excellent job of integrating her academic life and her life outside of school, reminding the reader that she is, indeed, only eighteen years old. Most importantly, she is able to briefly share an anecdote about an experience that was important to her and use it to explain other parts of her life. Without beating the reader over the head, she reminds us that she plays soccer, enjoys science, and writes for the newspaper. The inclusion of these activities does not sound like a readout of her résumé but deftly accomplishes the same effect. A good college essay helps build a narrative around your candidacy, so including many different parts of your life is wise. Her inclusion of extracurricular activities and topics she is interested in helps build that narrative.
When writing about academics as Ronni does here, it is important to keep in mind that the purpose of your essay is not to tell a college that you are smart. That’s what your grades and test scores are for. The purpose of the essay is to share your authentic self with a college in a way that is simply impossible on a résumé. Ronni walks that line well here. This essay is also a strong reminder of the fact that colleges admit actual high school students. Applicants to selective colleges are often tempted to write an essay filled with pretentious words, confusing diction, and a tone of arrogant falsified erudition. Avoid this urge, just as Ronni avoided it. Take a few minutes and read your essay out loud. Do you recognize your own voice in your words? If you don’t hear your voice, how will an admission officer? This essay is strong because Ronni’s voice shines through.
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Most young people believe that all they need to do in order to be good students is to work hard to earn knowledge and get the highest scores. As they grow up, they finally realize that a good student also needs to be an active person in the community and a well-prepared worker for the future. At iWriteEssays.com we will give you some qualities of a good student that you can write in your essay
- A good student should be hardworking since it is hard to get good results and academic success without training and effort. It is hard to earn knowledge and those who are not willing enough to face academic challenges and do not have passion for working hard will never achieve their goals and succeed in their lives.
- A good student should also be active in the community. He should be appreciated not only by his academic success but also by his social activities as well. A good person is usually measure not only by what he is doing well for himself but also by what he is contributing for his community.
- A good student should also be active. He should have good communicating skills and by being active in society, this widens his chance to make friends with everyone around him and to make his college life more fun and increase his confidence.
- A good student should also be well prepared for the future. As much as students are taught to have ambitions and high dreams this cannot come true if they do not know how to turn their dreams into reality. Students should be practical and realistic as life is not always fair with everyone and every step to success takes time and patience.
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Who is a student? A student is a learner. A person who wishes to acquire knowledge and wisdom or skills in a particular field or develop his intellectual capabilities is a student. To be an ideal student, a person should possess the qualities of respect, love, self-discipline, self-control, faith, concentration, truthfulness, conviction, strength and firm determination. Their parents, teachers and elders appreciate a person who has such qualities. An ideal student is not only a desirable student for his teacher but also a pride of his family and the nation.
Qualities of an Ideal Student
An ideal student is always disciplined and lives following conduct. He is always conscious of his duties and responsibilities towards his parents and elders. He is truthful, generous, kind-hearted and optimistic. He has a quest for knowledge. He maintains good health and a sound mind.
An ideal student is persevering and consistent in his studies. He is regular in his classes. He reads a lot of books other than academic books. An ideal student is always well mannered and sets examples for other students. He takes part in extracurricular activities. He is an all-rounder in schools. Along with perseverance, he is also a hardworking student. Hard work and consistency go hand in hand. Without hard work, one can never climb the ladder of success.
An ideal student knows the value of time, unless he realizes how precious time is, he will not be able to master himself. If he lacks this quality, he will fail to realize his goals. Time never stops for anyone. Next, he is always obedient and broad-minded. He follows instructions from his teacher and allows himself to be corrected and reformed for betterment.
An ideal student is always humble. Only if he is humble, he will be able to learn, be obedient and will gain the knowledge and the skills imparted by his parents or teachers.
An ideal student is responsible. Without having the capability to shoulder the responsibility regarding anything, a student will not be able to achieve anything worthwhile in life. Only a responsible person can carry forward the greater responsibility of being a good citizen, a good person or even for that matter the responsibility of a family.
An ideal student is never selfish. He is always very helpful and generous. Knowledge is said, increase only by sharing. He will always help his fellow students. He is full of humility and will never know what pride, conceit, vanity or selfishness is.
An ideal student will have a keen observation and a seeker. Only a curious mind will seek new things and like to learn novel concepts as only a keen observer can acquire knowledge of new things.
An ideal student is always robust and fits to have a good concentration and to work hard. He, therefore, keeps himself fit by exercising regularly. Exercise increases his capacity to concentrate, makes him disciplined and orderly.
An ideal student respects and obeys the laws of his country. He has all the qualities of a good citizen. He has respect for all religions. He has a passion for serving his motherland. He never tells lies and he doesn’t betray anyone. He fights against social evils.
As we all know a disciplined student is always successful. Finally, an ideal student is also respectful. He who has no respect, knows no knowledge, is a maxim. One cannot progress without the blessings of his teachers and elders, which he earns only when he possesses all the above qualities.
Characteristics of an Ideal Student
An excellent student is fully aware of his responsibilities and obligations. He is paving the route for future generations. Today's pupils will be tomorrow's leaders. If pupils have lofty ideas before them, a nation can progress. A student with good grades is not necessarily a good student. He may establish a new school record, but he could be a complete failure in real life. A perfect student is someone who embodies both simple living and high thought. He is fearless enough to tackle life's difficulties.
An ideal student follows the standards of conduct and discipline at all times. This is the stage of life when a person's character is formed. According to the proverb, if you lose your wealth, nothing is lost; if you lose your health, something is lost; and if you lose your character, all is lost.
A student who lacks self-control is like a ship without a rudder. It goes adrift and never makes it to the harbor. He must adhere to the school's rules and must heed his teachers' commands. He should choose his friends carefully and deliberately. To ensure that no evil tempts him, he must be completely aware. He is well aware that a single rotten fruit can ruin the entire basket.
An ideal student understands how much he owes to his parents. When he grows up, he never forgets to take care of them. He is a human being's servant. He expresses his concerns and troubles to his family members. Volunteering in the community is something I'm enthusiastic about. He should take an active role in identifying and resolving various societal issues.
Our country requires students with steely nerves and iron muscles. They should be able to delve into the universe's secrets and mysteries. They must be resolute to carry out their responsibilities, even if it means risking their lives. Only such students can assist the country in obtaining prosperity and overall development.
The Parent's Role in Creating an Ideal Student
Almost every parent desires nothing but the best for their children. Parents are unquestionably influential in their children's lives. Many youngsters strive to be successful, but they lack the qualities that make a perfect student. So, are those children the sole perpetrators? The answer is emphatical no.
This is because parents play a huge role in determining whether or not a student will be an ideal student. Furthermore, parents must recognise that they have a significant role in shaping a child's general personality and attitude. Furthermore, parents must instill in their children the value of education.
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1. Who is an Ideal Student?
An ideal student has the qualities of respect, love, self-discipline, self-control, faith, concentration, truthfulness, conviction, strength and firm determination. His self driven and disciplinary nature conducts him to be an ideal student. They are usually the all-rounders who not only excelled in studies in sports but also the overall code of conduct environment. They are generally the listeners and observers who work for the welfare of society.
2. How Does Keeping Fit Help to Become an Ideal Student?
Being fit helps the student to concentrate more and work hard. If the student is fit he will be able to conquer all the sports activities, attain self-confidence and can represent himself in society. He will set an example in front of others on how to maintain personal and student life. An ideal student is one who aims to be an all-rounder and still stay grounded. Keeping fit can help you become an ideal student by encouraging you to eat healthily and hence helping you stay fit school wise.
3. Why Does an Ideal Student Value Time?
Time is important for all of us. Time doesn’t stop for anyone. An ideal student who values time will never fail to realize his goals. Getting yourself a timeline and deadlines to complete a given project is very important for an ideal student. He will be able to complete the given tasks in time and will lead a disciplinary nature. Punctuality also plays an important role in being an ideal student. Timely subject deliveries, completing tasks in time, and punctuality to take responsibilities are one of the key factors to becoming an ideal student.
4. Why is it Necessary for an Ideal Student to be Responsible?
An Ideal student is always responsible because only a responsible person can be a good citizen and a good human being. Responsibility comes if you are an all-rounder, punctual and dedicated student. An ideal student needs to take responsibility and fulfill them. They set an example in front of others on how to perform and work following the code of conduct and still live life to the fullest. Hence an ideal student must be responsible.
5. Is the observation important for an ideal student?
An ideal student is someone who observes and acts accordingly. One should observe their surrounding environment and then act upon it. There might be some features or qualities that an ideal student may take if you find them attractive or help the nation. It is very important to observe and listen to things properly. It is not restricted to the acts going in and around but also people‘s thoughts and mindsets. Hence it is important to listen and act rather than acting and listening.