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双语阅读:成绩总是得C的学生比成绩总得A的学生更加成功的3个原因

作者:小牛英语 | 来源:小牛英语 | 2017年03月17日 16:52

  网络改变了世界,如果你想要学习什么,你不需要用百科全书去查,你可以直接上维基百科、Youtube、Google或是更多更多的网站瞬间查询。我们不应该继续卡在这种传统的”服从型”上学上班制,这制度应该要停止了,因为那已经不适用了!
  话说回来,虽然大家从小就会被要求成绩要好,但其实也有人认为「在校成绩不好的学生毕业后通常都会比较成功」是吗?下面一其和小牛英语来看看是为什么?
 
3 Reasons ‘C’ Students Are More Successful Than ‘A’ Ones
  成绩总是得C的学生比成绩总得A的学生更加成功的3个原因
 

 
  1. They have to work harder to make it happen
  1.他们不得不更加努力才能成功

  Coming out of college with a 4.0 definitely will open a door or two for you. Ears prick up when they hear words like “Magna Cum Laude” or “Top of class” much more than when they hear “Passed all of her classes and ended up mid-level in rankings.” Call it biased, but that is just how it is.
  以4.0的成绩走出大学肯定会有一两扇门为你打开。当人们听到“以优异的学习成绩毕业”或者“班级的尖子生”的时候会竖起耳朵,而当人们听到“通过了所有课程,最终排名中等水平”的时候,就不那么有兴趣了。这叫做偏见,但是这就是事实。

  So average students have to work a little harder after college to get doors to open for them. They have to knock on more and, in some cases, beat them down just to get an interview. Sometimes it helps to start with an internship or commission job just to get your foot in the door and then work on making a name for yourself by your work ethic and results.
  因此一般的学生,在大学毕业之后需要更加努力工作才能打开为他们敞开的大门。他们不得不面试更多工作,在一些情况下,只是为了获得面试,都会让他们深受打击。有时候,通过作为实习生或者临时工来获得进入某公司门槛的机会,然后通过自己的职业道德和工作业绩来为自己争取一个正式的职位,是一个很有帮助的途径。

  2. They have to be better at networking
  2.他们不得不更加擅长社交

  When you are top of the class, you do not have to know the right people because you are the “right people.” However, when you are “average,” your resume does not make much of an impression so it helps to know a person on the inside that will vouch for you and prove that you are more than just an 8.5×11 sheet of paper. It pays (literally) to become an expert at networking and building your contact list early on in your career.
  当你是班级的尖子生的时候,你不需要认识合适的人,因为你就是“合适的人”。然而,当你是“中等生”的时候,你的简历并没有给面试者留下什么印象。所以认识内部人士帮你做担保,证明你不仅仅是一张8.5×11的白纸,会对你所帮助。成为社交专家,在你的事业早期简历你的关系网是很有用(字面上说)的。

  3. They give others a chance
  3.他们给他人机会

  Average students are more likely to give the less-likely pick a chance because they remember when it was them. Something about seeing yourself in someone else just wakes up the optimist inside of you. Therefore, average students are more likely to discover hidden talents and the future leaders because they were willing to give them a shot.
  普通学生更有可能给那些不那么可能被选中的人一个机会,因为他们记得自己当时的处境。从其他人身上看到自己会唤醒你内在的乐观因素。因此,普通的学生更可能发现隐藏的才能和将来的领导者,因为他们愿意给他们尝试的机会。

  1.beat down打倒;杀价;大雨倾盆而下;强烈地照射下来
  Since till some years later, we just could know all our efforts cannot beat down a God's joke.
  直到若干年以后,我们才会明白所有的争取与努力,也许都敌不过命运开的一个玩笑......

  2.work ethic职业道德;职业伦理
  So the question is: if you work that hard in your chosen profession, shouldn't the same work ethic apply to your familial relationships?
  所以,问题是:如果你在本职工作上十分努力,为什么不将同样的职业伦理应用于您最紧密的关系?

  3.likely to可能
  Noticing that there was likely to be trouble, the coward sneaked away.
  那个胆小鬼看到有可能发生骚乱时就溜开了。

  4.prick up粗涂;竖起;(风)加剧
  And Cerberus, how many times I'd asked him to stop with those melancholy stares of his, or to at least prick up his ears.
  而且刻耳柏洛斯,我不知道多少次央求他停止他那些个目光忧郁的回眸,要么至少竖起他的耳朵。
 
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