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I am not sure what you are looking for, but I think that three things someone could learn about themselves from being on the honor roll would include discipline, meaning the discipline to stay on task and complete assignments. Also self confidence in themselves as a student and individual. A third thing you could learn is time management in learning to manage your time appropriately in order to get assignments completed.
After you got on the honor roll, you might learn about how you handle success. In other words, are you going to say "okay, I'm on honor roll so I don't have to work so hard" or are you going to say "I've succeeded, but that makes me want to prove that I can do it again and again."
Getting on honor roll requires diligence, patience, and sacrifice. Learning those things is invaluable in order to be successful in life. Once you've learned to achieve success at this level, you'll be better equipped to achieve the next level of success in your life. It's like taking baby steps so you can learn to run--you've got to do one before you can do the other.
Making the honor roll helps a person to realize what it takes to be successful. A person learns that time and effort pay off. Also, when students make the honor roll it helps them to gain confidence in knowing that they are capable of doing it again. If they can reach that goal, then they may feel ready to begin working towards a higher goal.
You will learn that you have done hard work and you have shown lots of dedication towards your work and you have been responsible for your actions during doing your work in class or else where.
*Plus its a girl that has been on the honor roll getting a average of 91.11*
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