Does contribution in class correlate with success?

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EFB82
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I was very quiet in most of my 6 th form classes...
Was this a major reason why my grades were not all that ?
Or was it more likely because I was unhappy and did not revise smartly perhaps? It’s hard to not be quiet if u are ?
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(Original post by EFB82)
I was very quiet in most of my 6 th form classes...
Was this a major reason why my grades were not all that ?
Or was it more likely because I was unhappy and did not revise smartly perhaps? It’s hard to not be quiet if u are ?
Maybe it was both?
Being unhappy will stop you performing at optimum.
Contributing in class helps develop social skills, and makes you analyse the material to identify the relevant points. I think that is beneficial to learning as well as other factors, such as increased confidence and decision making.
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at uni, I found that it was often the opposite for my course (law)
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how do you mean ?
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