The Challenges Of Barriers To Students In College

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In college, students often faced many barriers that prevent them from being successful and do well in school. These barriers cause student to lose focus and lost track of their priorities such as finishing assignments on time and study for upcoming exams. A common barrier that student often face is negative thoughts. Student often give up easily before even trying. For example, students have to a physic class as a requirement to graduate. Due to all the math and intense problem solving, students would gave in already, without knowing what they are capable to do or know if they will succeed or not. Instead of attempting to do the work and have a positive mind, the student already gave up. Therefore, having a negative mind can lead to procrastination …show more content…
Many students in college often are afraid to ask professor for help because they are afraid it might make them sound stupid or dumb. During class sessions when student don’t get something they usually ignore it and end not asking for help. This causes student to stress out and to procrastinate. To overcome this barrier, student can try connecting with their professors and utilize the resources around them. For example at the end of class, students ask to professor to schedule a time that will work for both student and professor to meet up, where students can questions and seek …show more content…
Negative attitude is a huge issue that many students often faced because what students do depends on their attitude. For example, having to read a book; if the students have a negative attitude, he or she won’t be able to absorb the information from the reading and store it to the brain. By the time students finished, they won’t be able to take anything out if the book. To reverse student’s negative attitude, students can try to socialize more because it really helps. Instead of having a negative energy all the time, student can try once with a possible attitude to test out if it works or not by doing things in every positive

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