7 Types of Students in A Class. . .

I know that just by looking at the heading you have those old school memories flashing before your eyes. Indeed school life is the best part of everyone’s life. But school would not have been enjoyable without a few unique characters in your class who made your journey even more worthwhile.
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Typically, students in every class can be broadly classified into a few categories. Let us take you down the memory lane and remind you of such special classmates who made school life a memorable part of your like

  1. Let us start with the one who always tried to be teachers’ favorite. Remember that “ChaturRamalingam” of your class?
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  2. Next comes the Geeky ones. They always behave as if they are the only ones present in class and other students seems invisible to them. These introverts are present in almost every class.
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  3. How can we forget the dramebaaz of every class? They were the ones who made even the most boring lectures enjoyable.
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  4. Then there were the detainers. They always used to get detention owing to their mischievous activities in every class. Most they belonged to the back bencher’s zone.
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  5. No one can ever forget the over hungry ones. They can never wait for the lunch break and always start eating during the lecture by keeping their tiffin boxes under the desk.
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  6. How can you forget those love birds of every class? They always used to focus on each other more than the lecture, leading other students to deviate as well.
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  7. Lastly on our list, we have “the very famous friends group”. Every class had a group which was quite popular amongst other students and it surely gave them a celeb kind of a feeling.
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Though are a lot more than this, but this much should be sufficient to make you feel a bit nostalgic, and miss those golden days of your life.

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