80 Types of Students – Which One Are You?

by Junaid.Tahir

Students have so many types based on their behavior, habits, responsiveness, class environments. Below is somewhat funny list of students. Check it out and let us know in comments about what kind of student you are or have been!

80 Types of Students

1- The Star Student: This is teacher’s favourite although disliked by many of his/her classfellow. This student knows answers to most of the questions teacher asks, has outstanding behaviour in the class and passes the exams with flying colors

2- Always Late Comer: Such student is usually non-serious in the study. If given choice, will prefer not to come to the class at all. If asked by teacher the reason of being late, he/she will have weired reasoning

3- The Deep Sleeper: Usually takes the last bench and completes his/her sleep cycle in the class. Usually the reason for being sleepy is that he/she had been watching TV or playing games last night.

4- The Supplier (of stationary): Keeps extra pen, pencils, ruler, rubber, pages, white marker, socks(kidding) and so on. Always have redundant materials and assists his/her fellow beings

5- Business Kid: Comes on formal suiting which he/she has probably learnt from parents. Try to stay formal as if they own the school and after graduation, they will simply take the place of principal.

6- Sports Kid: Keeps his sports kit in the car, wears joggers, and ready for the gym all the times. Tries to impress others by his/her atheletic outfits.

7- Drummer Kid: keeps drumming on the desk while the class is running. A non-serious soul, disturbs the class mostly

8- Heavy Back Kid: – Brings heavey bag full of stuff whether related or non-related (books, make-up stuff, mobile, charger, cables, multiple notebooks and so on.

9- The Procrastinator: Leaves everything to the last minute.

10- The Day Dreamer: This student keeps thinking something else and doing something else in his/her imagination during the span of class

11- The Notes Writer: Writes everything the teacher has said. Whether he/she understands or not, always try to make notes even if teacher is reading from the book!

12- Notes Passer And Receiver: Another non-serious category of students. This kind of student, writes short messages on paper and keeps passing here and there.

13- Absent Student: Mentally not in the class sometimes due to stress or family reasons. Needs a little attention and ethical support

stress student man kid 1 81
80 Types of Students - Which One Are You? 16

14- Doodler: Keeps drawing something on his/her copy and doesnt pay attention to the teacher. If you see his/her notebook you will be astonished to see such an artist!

15- The Drama Kid: This student has all the stories and dialogues of the world and keeps amusing his/her peers.

16- The Snack Trader: The fasto Keeps exchanging his food with classfellows. The food lover, keeps tasting food from most if not all class fellows

17- Secret snack Eater: Eats others’ snacks while they are away. Sometimes tell them out of ethics and sometimes simply loves to hide!

18- The Neverous Presenter: Lacks in confidence of presentations. Even if knows the stuff, does not have the courage to speak when asked by teacher.

19- “Dont Pick Me” kid: Tries to ‘hide’ himself/herself by bowing the head when teacher asks a question. This is either due to lack in confidence or simply doesnt know the answer.

20- The Pencil kid: – Another time wasting catory of student. Keeps playing with pencils and pens.

21- The Class Clown: The non-serious one thinks he is heart of the class and sometimes he becomes so but totally a time waster!

22- In-trouble kid: Disorganized, confused, shy kid

23- The Provoker: Provokes others to fight, creates conflicts and disconnects

24- The Notes-Taker: Creates detailed class notes.

25- Laptop kid: Tries to type as much as possible, behaves as if he is going to rule the world 🙂

26- Gum Chewer: The over confident one. Creates non-serious environment by offerng chewing gums to class fellows

27- Game Player: Least interest in study but always up to date on what is latest in PlayStation and XBOX

28- Phone watcher: Deceives teachers and keeps checking out his/her mobile every now and then

29- The Secret: He remembers all the important stuff and thinks he/she has to share this secret with the rest of class

30- The Neat kid: Gentleman of the class, the sober one

success students confidence 9834
80 Types of Students - Which One Are You? 17

31- Organized kid: Brings his/her stuff, does not rely on others, follows the time table and up-to-date with the class activities

32- Getting pranked by someone: – The extrovert gets picked up by the bully

33- Have to Pee student: – Every other class he/she needs to go to restrooms (some cases being sick, are genuine, not to make fun of such students)

34- The Crying Baby: Sir, he has taken my pen. Miss, page number 39, second paragraph will come in the exam? oh no!

35- The Night Owl: Thrives on late-night study sessions.

36- The Overachiever: Always strives for perfection.

37- The Visual Learner: Relies on diagrams and images.

38- The Group Studier: Prefers studying with peers.

39: The Library Dweller: Lives at the library.

40- The Tech Whiz: Uses digital tools for studying.

41- The Flashcard Fanatic: Swears by flashcards for memorization

42- The Research Guru: Excels at digging deep into topics.

43- The Calculator: Focuses on math and calculations.

44- The Quiet Reader: Consumes textbooks like novels.

45- The Quiet Reader: Consumes textbooks like novels.

46- The Multitasker: Studies while doing other activities.

47- The Question Asker: Always has questions in class.

48- The Last-Minute Crammer: Only studies right before exams

49- The Highlighter Aficionado: Colors every page with markers.

50- The Competitor: Turns studying into a competition.

51- The Self-Teaching Prodigy: Learns independently.

52- The Time-Management Expert: Efficiently plans study time

53- The Study Break Enthusiast: Values breaks during study sessions.

54- The Class Clown: Makes everyone laugh in class.

55- The Artsy Creative: Expresses through art and creativity

56- The Athlete: Excels in sports and physical activities.

57- The Foodie: Obsessed with school cafeteria offerings.

58- The Bookworm: Devours novels during breaks.

59- The Gamer: Plays video games during free time.

60- The Volunteer: Engages in community service.

61- The Nature Enthusiast: Explores the outdoors.

62- The DIYer: Crafts during downtime.

63- The Debate Champion: Loves a good argument.

64- The Jokester: Pulls pranks on friends.

65- The Pet Lover: Brings pets to school-related events.

66- The Traveler: Dreams of exploring the world.

67- The Social Media Influencer: Documents school life online.

68- The Inquisitive Mind: Always curious and seeking knowledge.

69- The Critical Thinker: Analyzes information deeply.

70- The Reflective Learner: Ponders lessons and experiences.

71- The Reflective Learner: Ponders lessons and experiences.

72- The Collaborator: Enjoys group projects and discussions.

73- The Empathetic Learner: Understands others’ perspectives.

74- The Problem Solver: Thrives on tackling challenges.

75- The Creative Innovator: Generates new ideas and solutions.

76- The Visualizer: Envisions concepts in a unique way.

77- The Mentor: Helps others understand complex topics. Motivates other students to excel

78- The Lifelong Learner: Never stops pursuing knowledge.

79- The Orphan Advocate: Passionate about helping orphaned children.

80- The Human Rights Champion: Advocates for justice and equality.

81- The Charity Organizer: Leads fundraising efforts for various causes.

82- The Community Builder: Initiates projects to strengthen the local community.

83- The Tech for Good Innovator: Uses technology to address social issues.

84- The Content Writer: Creates compelling content to raise awareness. if you are good in writing and reading this article, check out our write for allgoodschools section

85- The Volunteer Coordinator: Connects students with volunteer opportunities.

86- The Public Speaker: Addresses issues in public forums and events.

87- The Health Advocate: Promotes well-being and healthcare access.

88- The Peace Ambassador: Promotes peace and conflict resolution.

89- The Advocacy Blogger: Writes blogs to advocate for causes

90- The Mentorship Mentor: Guides and mentors peers.

91- The Future Concerned: Always have strong vision about the future, finding the job, building the skills, performing trainings and certificates.

92- The Personality Concerned: Thinks and improves his overall personality, mind, body, soul. Studies different aspects of personalities and advocates others as well.

What kind of student you have been? Are your kids differnet than you? What other types of students do you think have not been mentioned in this article? Please do let us know in the comments section.

Leave a Comment


Anni Hopkins December 11, 2020 - 1:44 pm

There are nasty students in every class. I have been bullied once 25 years ago and still remember the pain i had to experience.

j October 3, 2022 - 11:28 pm

The liar kid.Always lies for everything.

Linker November 13, 2022 - 9:46 am

Why do I only see 34 types of students?

Hessian September 20, 2023 - 5:18 pm

1.material seekers: always looking for pen, pencil, notebook and so on.
2.the dubs guy: the one that always copy assignment early in the morning.

Manampad,Datu Rasul K. December 19, 2023 - 10:42 am

sana maayos yung mapiling group


AllGoodSchool.com  is dedicated to enhancing educational experiences for students, parents, policy makers, entreprenuers and teachers. 

We provide valuable resources, insightful articles, and practical tips to foster a positive and productive environment and promote excellence in education.

Suggested Article

Latest Posts

©2024 AllGoodSchoolsoledad,  All Right Reserved.

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Get a Sneak Peek: Download 2 Free Chapters of 'Funny Life Lessons' Now!

Subscribe now to receive 2 free chapters of 'Funny Life Lessons from a 10 Years Old Boy' by Junaid Tahir. Enjoy hilarious adventures and valuable life lessons that both kids and parents will love. Don't miss out on this exclusive sneak peek!

You have Successfully Subscribed!