Today, Senior Six students sit their final exams; Teen Time’s Martin Bishop caught up with Kagarama Secondary School candidates to find out what has helped them succeed in the past.
Below is what they said.
I owe my success to discipline, team work and
I made the right friends. I always consulted friends who were brighter and lucky for me, they were always willing to help.
I put God first in everything I do. I am where I am because of God, and I advise all students to have faith in Him.
The secret to success lies in keeping away from dangerous distractions like drugs or alcohol and focusing on good friends.
I’ve had the best teachers; they are not only teachers but great friends. If students have that good relationship with their teachers, learning is easy.
The moment I learned to be open and ask for help and advice, everything went smoothly. I advise all students not to be afraid of asking for help. I plan on keeping this attitude even after high school.
Nothing comes easy; we have to work hard to achieve our desired goals. Setting goals and working hard towards achieving them is my key to success.
There will always be a time when things don’t go so well, and patience is what will see you through. After all, patience pays!
Avoiding short term excitement like drugs which later affect performance is what has helped me move positively forward. If you are drug free, you can fight even the hardest battle!