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33 Adjectives to Describe a Student

Hi dear English students! Are you a student? Or maybe a teacher? Do you lack words when you want to describe yourself or your students? Keep reading, because in this lesson you can learn 33 adjectives to describe a student.

Ambitious

Meaning: determined to succeed.

  • Tracy was an ambitious student, always eager to learn.

Analytical

Meaning: thinking in a thorough and detailed way.

  • Tim was a deeply analytical student of physics who used to spend hours in the lab.

33 adjectives to describe a student

Attentive

Meaning: watching or listening with a lot of interest.

  • Ryan never missed any lectures and was an attentive student who took notes in classes.

Average 

Meaning: typical of most other students, ordinary.

  • Although he was very diligent, Ryan was a student of average ability.

Bright

Meaning: intelligent, capable of learning things quickly.

  • Although very bright, Sara wasn’t a diligent student.

Capable

Meaning: skilled and competent.

  • Chris was not only a capable student but also had an insatiable thirst for knowledge.

33 adjectives to describe a student

Competent

Meaning: having enough knowledge or skill to do something well.

  • Although she was a competent student, Martha decided to leave her studies and start her own business.

Consistent

Meaning: doing something in the same way for a long period of time.

  • Thomas was a consistent learner with developed study habits and always focused on the study material.

Curious

Meaning: having a strong desire to learn new things.

  • A curious student is always engaged in lectures by listening and asking questions.

Devoted

Meaning: to love and be attentive to something.

  • Denny devoted himself to his studies in Biology. (so he was a devoted student)

33 adjectives to describe a student

Diligent

Meaning: hard-working, focused and thorough.

  • Being a diligent student, Sean acquired professors’ attention ever since the beginning of his studies.

Disinterested

Meaning: not interested or motivated to study.

  • It is very difficult to teach disinterested students as they are usually absent-minded in class.

Distracted

Meaning: unable to concentrate.

  • He was one of those distracted students who hardly ever paid attention to the lecture.

Eager

Meaning: keen and enthusiastic about his/her studies.

  • The character in the book was described as an eager student who would stay up all night reading and studying.

33 adjectives to describe a student

Eloquent

Meaning: able to express your thoughts very well, skilled speaker.

  • To show his eloquence, Stuart gave a great speech on the importance of being a dedicated and attentive student. (so he was an eloquent student)

Exemplary

Meaning: a good example for people to follow.

  • Bright and prospective, Amy was an exemplary student admired by her teachers and peers.

Focused

Meaning: giving special attention to something, concentrated.

  • She didn’t hear us when we came home last night because she was totally focused on her studying. She’s having an exam in two days.

Goal-oriented

Meaning: a student who has a goal and is dedicated to it.

  • A goal-oriented student usually sets goals he/she wants to achieve and works on them with great attention and dedication.

33 adjectives to describe a student

Independent thinker

Meaning: capable of original thinking.

  • Sophia was an intelligent, creative student who wasn’t afraid to be an independent thinker.

Innovative

Meaning: capable of introducing new ideas.

  • He is always finding new ways to stay interested and motivated to learn. He’s a great example of an innovative student.

Introspective

Meaning: tending to think about your own thoughts and ideas rather than considering other people’s opinions.

  • As a student, Stuart was an attentive listener, quiet and introspective.

Knowledgeable

Meaning: very well informed.

  • Simon is extremely knowledgeable about French literature. 

33 adjectives to describe a student

Lazy

Meaning: not willing to make much effort about studying.

  • He’s been watching TV all day instead of learning for his exams. He’s so lazy.

Motivated

Meaning: keen and excited about learning.

  • Every teacher’s dream is to teach a class full of motivated students.

Outstanding

Meaning: excellent, impressive, extremely good.

  • There were a few outstanding students in her class and she felt privileged to teach them.

Proactive

Meaning: prepare your exams on time, be ready for school or college early every day.

  • A proactive student is willing to get out of their comfort zone and think about possible future problems that may occur.

33 adjectives to describe a student

Prospective

Meaning: likely to become something.

  • Ron’s parents had high hopes for him as he was a prospective student of medicine.

Reflective

Meaning: tending to think about things deeply.

  • Being a reflective learner, Sam was very active by asking a lot of questions and developing critical thinking.

Self-disciplined

Meaning: able to make yourself do something, especially if it is difficult.

  • Jeff’s self-discipline should set an example for all of you. He never lets anything distract him from his studies.(so, Jeff is a self-disciplined student)

Struggling

Meaning: a student who has to work harder than others to learn the same thing.

  • I can tell you that Diana is a struggling student who is not very motivated to learn.

33 adjectives to describe a student

Studious

Meaning: a student who spends a lot of time studying or reading.

  • Brian was a studious, bookish kind of student.

Talented

Meaning: having a gift.

  • No wonder she was awarded. She is one of our most talented students.

Thoughtful

Meaning: a quiet and serious student who thinks a lot.

  • He is such a thoughtful student. We hardly see or hear him when he’s studying.
33 adjectives to describe a student
33 adjectives to describe a student

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