overachiever


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a student who attains higher standards than the IQ indicated

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When taking on new challenges this school year, no matter your goals, remember that with smart planning, perseverance and the best tools, you too can be an overachiever.
If at Moe's, move right past its Overachiever with 30 grams of carbs.
Submissions will be accepted until October 31 on the G2 Overachievers website via scanned or photographed copies, or by mail to G2 Overachiever Contest, 90 Rockwood Place, Rochester, N.Y.
From the start, Sammie comes across as smart and sassy, an overachiever with all the answers, but as NPC takes over, she regresses.
ISLAMABAD -- Being an overachiever may benefit one's in the grander scheme of things but in the work space it is found frequently to co-occur with psychiatric disorders, a study says.
Misaki Ayuzawa is the class president of a predominantly male high school, and works hard to sharpen her reputation as an academic overachiever. But Misaki has a questionable secret--she works at a maid cafe after school!
Peter is the athlete, Andy is the slacker, Anita is the overachiever and Eliza is the outcast.
Now I'm not sure what the perception is of someone reading SUCCESS: overachiever, climber, nerd, getalife?
IF A SWISS ARMY KNIFE were a room, it would be this overachiever. On the surface, it's a small bedroom lined with built-ins.
The writer/ director/ actress/ all-round overachiever's shift is from the spring collection of London designer Isa Arfen and the painted design certainly meant all eyes were on the 27-year-old.
Our top sports book, however, is the recently published Running My Life by Seb Coe, probably the best-written sports autobiography of the past decade, a fantastic story of a serial overachiever which manages to engage the reader on every page.
You see, in our family, Megan is affectionately known as an overachiever. Megan not only has the beauty but the bronze to go with it.
Doug Porter, deputy chief economist, BMO Capital Markets, said, 'Bottom Line, the FTA and NAFTA were critical in helping modernise the Canadian economy and have ultimately played a big role in transforming Canada from a relative underachiever among industrial world economies to a relative overachiever. Of course, there have been a number of reforms Canada has taken over the years, but in many respects the FTA paved the way.'
President Obama has been an overachiever on immigration enforcement, far outpacing his predecessor, George W.
The dark comedy features a pair of twentysomething siblings--Rob, a lackadaisical slacker, and overachiever Liz, whose penchant for analysis paradoxically hinders her from taking decisive action.