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Does behaviour even matter in school?

Author : Ceri

Submitted : 2018-02-26 07:13:34    Popularity:     

Tags: behaviour  matter  school  

I’m currently in year 10 and I have quite bad behaviour. I’ve thrown water all over a girl before for no reason but then she went and snitched on me which got me into trouble... I’ve had many detentions and the teachers say I’m rude. They are the ones tha

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It does matter to be honest, I made the same mistake and I regret it now.
If you’re gonna continue being who you are. when it comes too career opinions go realistically becoming bar staff then to bar manager then restaurant manager then owning your own restaurant rarther than
Thinking you’re gonna make it as a doctor or solicitor.
Just my opinion but you can make it somewhere in life if you buckle down and work before it’s too late

You may get a good job, but if you want to keep that job, you need to learn how to get along with people.

Also, who will recommend you for that job (or recommend you for admittance into Oxford or Cambridge)?

Attitude is more important than intelligence and grades. If I were in a position to hire someone, I would rather have an average student that can get along with and work with others, than a genius who is not "a team player"!

Plus, with the attitude you describe, it sounds like it won't be long before you are in trouble with the law. Someone who does not respect others is not likely to respect the law.

Someone I know who was a juvenile court judge said the biggest problem he saw among those he saw in his court room was a lack of respect. They didn't respect their parents, authority, others or themselves.

How many jobs do you think you will get with a criminal record?

No fancy colleges for you. You won't get into any college at all. Enjoy your life washing dishes at Burger King.

:hands you a gun so you can shoot your life, career and education in the foot::

By all means continue acting like a child

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That will go on your permanent record!

yes it matter.
No you will not get into Oxford or Cambridge.

Troll fail, dear.

You have no future as a novelist.



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