If a student does not perform well academically, he or she may feel unmotivated to learn. He or she may fail to engage with others in groups and thus learn inefficiently.
A student with a medium interest score may be more introverted than their peers. This may be because the learner earns average scores throughout his/her school career and has little interest to aim higher.
This type of student should be encouraged to pursue his or her passion to prosper in future, but they should be kept a close eye on to ensure there are no external factors affecting their readiness.
A low ability score is by no means an indicator of future failings as this pupil may have a unique passion. These students often go on to become entrepreneurs, so teachers should encourage them to nurture these interests.
Students with a medium ability score may find themselves somewhat unmotivated to learn, particularly if they lack the confidence to perform in groups.
With a highly active mind, this student will require constant stimulation. If he or she is not given regular attention or a variety of learning materials, however, the student may lose motivation.
A student with a low readiness to learn may be encumbered by personal problems or circumstances in their life distracting them from learning.
Those who score “medium” on the readiness scale may have average abilities and interests in learning, however for whatever personal reasons, they may need some improvements in preparation for learning.
A learner who receives a high readiness score is one who is well equipped to learn with few obstacles or distractions impeding his or her learning.