All college students aspire to attain high GPAs. Unfortunately, in any given year, there are always some students with pitifully low GPAs. Further analysis reveals that there are actually three categories of students who tend to attain such low GPAs in college.
The first category of students who tend to attain low GPAs in college is that of foreign students who happen to have language problems. These are students who are unable to understand what the professors say in class, students who have problems with the medium of instruction, and students who even have problems expressing themselves properly in examinations. You come to realize that there are students whose English is so poor that they can’t even follow the simple Sbcglobal.net sign up or even the SBCGlobal login instructions. Needless to say, such students can’t even manage to successfully carry out as simple a task as that of changing SBCGlobal email settings. Then, somehow, they are expected to pass college exams: is it a wonder that even schools like Corinthian Colleges have some students scoring low GPAs? It is not the student’s fault: it is just that they face language barriers.
The second category of students who tend to attain low GPAs in college is that of students who enroll for courses they have little interest in.
The third category of students who tend to attain low GPAs in college is that of students who have poor work ethics. These are students who miss lectures, students who don’t go to the library to study regularly and generally students who don’t take their work seriously. So they end up getting low GPAs, which sometimes makes it hard for them to get good jobs after graduation.