Academic success

/ac.a.dem.ic/ /suc.cess/
n.noun

Academic success is one's accomplishment of completing academic requirements and goals they or educational professionals, have set for the individual.

Although a relatively vague and diversified accomplishment, academic success is exclusively earned through hard work and dedication. In order to achieve academic success, an individual needs to implement a proactive and determined mindset. This dedicated individual understands the significance of academic success, and most importantly, understands what obstacles they need to overcome in order to achieve their academic goal. After meeting their specific goals, individuals, who achieve academic success, are then able to use their academic undertaking to further their vocational ambitions.

So, to recapitulate, people successful in any vocational field were, at one time, striving to accomplish specific, academic goals. Through their hard work and dedication, these motivated men and women were able to achieve academic success. Successful individuals such as these were then able to use academic success as a platform to achieve their ultimate goal of vocational success.