The rating is not a hindrance to success.
How many of us loved to go to school and strived to get good grades? The answer is obvious: school is evil. Moreover, being a slacker is not so ashamed. As proof, we present you 10 the “brilliant” losers.
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
While studying at the famous Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum, the great poet regularly received two. But in the arithmetic lesson, he even cried. Moreover, it is the rest of your life doing a bunch of spelling errors in your notes.
“Luminary” of the world proletariat Vladimir Mayakovsky, too, are not in school. Of course, the Soviet government stubbornly silent about this fact, so as not to embarrass the young pioneers.
Nobel prize winner, Creator of the legendary theory of relativity in school, frankly, not important. Many teachers openly believed that the boy did not come.
A brilliant scientist, the author of the law of universal gravitation was round losers in the lower grades. The situation changed dramatically in one moment once he was beat up by a classmate. Newton decided at any cost to defeat him in knowledge. And after a few months he became the first student in the class.
The parents thought Churchill hopelessly stupid. What to do, the boy just hated school. “School has nothing to do with education, – said Churchill. If it is a control, where children receive basic skills community”.
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
The great writer Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, too, did not have time to study. Moreover, he even stayed two times for the second year in high school.
The Beethoven Ludwig baths
Genius composer who gave the world “Moonlight Sonata” and “Ninth Symphony”, the school never learned how to divide and multiply. It is also the end of life wrote with errors.
The multimillionaire Richard Branson, Bank accounts which are the envy of the world, the study was also not so hot. The boy couldn’t put two words together, stuttered, blushed. Memories of school for him is still a nightmare.
The Creator of the cosmic spacecraft Vostok and Voskhod, the first satellites and ballistic missiles, Sergei Korolev the exception on our list. In school, the future scientist was round a C student.
At school, the great commander poorly studied. The only thing that interested the boy and that he had good grades, was mathematics.