We know that many students are new to the school and do not know what it takes to be successful in the college environment as well. We know that they understand good and bad grades in a general way and the sense that they should attend classes, but that is where their knowledge begins and ends as well. The student attendance management system can help the student as well. We see that most instructors know what a good student is as well as is not. We know that for one thing, a good student is not necessarily the most intelligent individual in the class as well. We know that there is a list of some characteristics of good students as well. We see that this list is a description of what a hard-working student does and what a teacher likes to see as well. We know that by learning these characteristics, they may better understand the day-to-day and class-to-class behavior of successful students as well. We know that the idea is to provide them with guidelines they can follow which will help them get down to the business of becoming a serious, successful student as well. We know that successful students attend classes regularly as well as are on time. We know that they listen and train themselves to pay attention as well. We see that if they miss a session, they feel obligated to let the instructor know why before class begins, if possible, as well as their excuses are legitimate and reasonable. We know that they make sure they get all missed assignments (by contacting the instructor or another student at the same time) and understand specifically what was covered in class at the same time. We see that successful students take responsibility for themselves and their actions as well. We see that successful students take advantage of extra credit opportunities when offered as well. It is what they demonstrate that they care about their grades and are willing to work to improve them as well. We see that they often do the optional (as well as frequently challenging) assignments that many students avoid as well. We know that successful students are attentive in class as well as they don’t talk, read, or stare out the windows at the same time. We know that in other words, they are polite and respectful, even if they get a little bored as well. We see that they also participate in class even if their attempts are a bit clumsy as well as difficult. We see that they ask questions that the instructor knows many other students may also have. They can be successful students see their instructors before or after class or during office hours about grades, comments on their papers, as well as upcoming tests. We see that the successful students end up at their instructor’s office door at least once during the semester as well. We know that they’ll go out of their way to find the instructor as well as engage in meaningful conversation. We see that these students demonstrate to the instructor that they are active participants in the learning process as well as that they take the job of being a student seriously. We know that successful students turn in assignments that look neat and sharp. They may take the time to produce a final product that looks good, as well as reflects care and pride in their work. We see that successful students seem driven to complete their assignments as well. We know that all work and assignments are turned in, even if some of their responses are not brilliant as well. If they are in a course with a lot of students, the teacher may never get to know them unless they take the initiative. They must use a course message board or email their teacher with a brief introduction. We see that a teacher who knows a little bit about them will be more likely to help them through the course (as well as be a little more lenient when it comes time to dish out grades as well). The use of school lms can be helpful in such a case.