Table 1 Effect of Parenting Styles on Academic Achievement of Underachiever
and High Achiever Students
Manmohan Singh has been featured on the cover photo of the Time magazine for July 16 Asia edition, which has dubbed the Prime Minister as "underachiever
", while criticising him for not taking the country forward by implementing major economical reforms.
According to Reis and McCoach (2000), labeling someone as an underachiever
implies a value judgment as to the value of various goals, priorities, and accomplishments.
Personal development for the gifted underachiever
. Gifted Child Today, 8(3), 12-14.
A few weeks back the Nashville, Tenn., public schools did away with the academic Honor Roll because, a news story said, it has "become an apparent source of embarrassment for some underachievers
To meet the first qualification, underachiever
, the grade-point-averages (GPAs) of the students were computed based on report-card evaluations in reading, language, mathematics, science, and social studies.
SOME MEDIOCRE UNDERACHIEVER
COULD HAVE AN UNFAIR ADVANTAGE BECAUSE OF RACE AND CIRCUMSTANCE!
As Scooby's mom, the not Semitic-looking Julie Hagerty is amusingly Jewed-out with a honking Star of David necklace and a metallic Aleph-Bet glittering on her blouse; (the also not Jewish-looking) John Goodman is the underachiever
's exasperated dad; a jock brother, Scooby's shiny, happy foil.
"Motown has been an underachiever
for the last several years," says Nelson George, music writer for the Village Voice and author of Where Did Our Love Go?
Per Gunnar Evander's latest novel, Veronikas vrede (Veronica's Wrath), contains some familiar elements: deep psychological portraits, strained family dynamics, and the ordinary underachiever
who discovers a heroic streak and unexpected strength within himself.
We will consider two such possibilities: the money pump method and the underachiever
Trump, who led 7-5 at the mid-session interval last night, is desperate to ditch the "underachiever
" tag for good with a first world title.