Am I clever enough for university?

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November 21st, 2017 8:25am
I don't know are you? Honestly, everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses. You might not be a genius but you could still ace your exams. Or you might pass with c's (hey c's get degrees) but still be a really good worker, and do better in internships than the genius. Being "clever" doesn't really apply it's what you do with yourself while in university that applies.
December 5th, 2017 9:28am
No one knows everything when they get into University. Thats why u get into a University to learn and achieve more in your life. If you do not give yourself a chance to go to achieve this things then who will?
February 12th, 2018 3:52pm
You can be absolutely anything that you set your mind to. Breathe in confidence and exhale self-doubt!
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February 13th, 2018 7:58am
You're as clever and as capable as you think you are. Only YOU can limit yourself, and only YOU can make yourself soar. Think if university is something you want to do for yourself, first. If it is, then the only thing stopping you is your thoughts and beliefs. If you think you want to do it, then go for it. Uni teaches you many things outside of learning the subject content, so even if you find you don't think you're clever enough for it, you might learn some valuable life skills along the way anyway. Plus, most unis offer extra classes, student support services and tutoring services. So if you find you fall behind or are failing in a subject, ask your uni for some support and they should be more than willing to give it to you. Good luck, and all the best! xx
June 5th, 2018 3:31pm
There are different types of intelligence, and whether or not you can make it in university depends on your academic skills and/or willingness to work hard and learn.