Results for - 10 reasons why C students are more successful after graduation

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When most people seem to be proud when they are A students, some theories indicate that C students seem to be more successful than A students after graduation. A students tend to end up working for C students. If you want to find out more about it, please access the full article in Medium.com through this link: https://medium.com/life-learning/10-reasons-why-c-students-are-more-successful-after-graduation-e5287760525f#.6zkkau5g8 You can also find interesting information in the book called "Why "A" students work for "C" students."

Did you finish college?

1. Did you finish college?

Yes
44%
832 votes
No
35%
663 votes
N/A
21%
391 votes
Were you a C student?

2. Were you a C student?

Yes
25%
470 votes
No
52%
990 votes
Undecided
6%
115 votes
Not Applicable
16%
311 votes
If your answer to the previous question was

3. If your answer to the previous question was "Yes", did it bother you to be a C student?

Yes
10%
189 votes
No
21%
387 votes
Undecided
5%
96 votes
Not Applicable
64%
1,214 votes
Please choose which of these facts Benjamin Hardy mentioned in the article you do agree with:

4. Please choose which of these facts Benjamin Hardy mentioned in the article you do agree with:

1. They question the validity of the academic system
15%
291 votes
2. They are not submissive followers
14%
271 votes
3. They are not trying to please and impress their superiors
21%
389 votes
4. They have bigger things to worry about
14%
259 votes
5. They have their own definition of success
23%
434 votes
6. They know how to leverage other people's abilities
10%
194 votes
7. They prefer self-directed learning
14%
263 votes
8. They're not perfectionists
23%
435 votes
9. They don't waste energy thoughtlessly
13%
241 votes
10. They are dreamers
14%
257 votes
None of the above
45%
848 votes
Other (please specify)
3%
50 votes
02/21/2016 Education 1886 23 By: LBP

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