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Studying with students from posh families in comparison with your humble background can be an intimidating experience. Fortunately in the contemporary world, education is simply the central driving factor that can lift up the less advantaged and improve their chances for success. Concentrate on your studies first and then seek to upgrade the social life. Your grades are far more important and can be a direct route to a dramatic high-quality social network with appropriate connections in future. If you do well in school, you will be noticed for being an excellent student and will have more opportunities to mix easily with friends from privileged families.
The first thing you need to do is to wow students with confidence. This means doing the things you really love and excelling at something, so you feel happier and prouder at school. If you learn to love the person you really are, as well as how to make other people comfortable in your presence, you’ll generate more confidence to know that you’re an amazing person who has a lot to offer, and you’ll be more likely to attract a diverse group of interesting students.
Make a list of all the things you love about yourself and consult it often, especially if you’re feeling down. That is your source of strength. Smile at your friends and don’t be afraid to strike up a conversation. Smiling will make you more approachable and will make more students likely to feel welcome in your presence. Walk with your head high and have positive body language and good posture to make them interested in who you are.
Another easier method is to engage in extra-curricular activities. Whether you’re into football, English club or school band, joining a few extra-curricular activities will accelerate your socialization process simply because you’ll get to know a wider variety of friends who share your interests. In the same way, taking time to have good hygiene shows that you respect and care for yourself. This can be reflected through your efforts in dressing well. You don’t need to wear the most fashionable or expensive clothes to be social. Only a simple good quality appearance is enough to secure you respect from your friends as a responsible person. Wear clean clothes that fit you, and students will be more likely to notice you. So just be simple, be yourself and put your main focus on achieving your career goal and you’ll enjoy the most beautiful social and economic status at all levels in your lifetime.