Definition: noun. The fact or condition of being regarded or treated as more important than others. or (British) the right to proceed before other traffic.
Sorting out your priorities is an important thing. Whether its Attending classes, University, work, family and friends we all have them even if its not in the fore-front of your mind its something that plays a subconscious role in them.
Good things happen when you set your priorities straight. - Scott Caan.
People prioritise what they feel is important to them, some believe family, food, money and time. Family is my top priority. Without friends and family we have no purpose, they push you to be the best you can and try your hardest. They support you.
Another priority I have is my work, whether its coursework or a job it will always have a large part if my life. It has a large part of what will happen to the rest of my life. If I do terrible on my coursework I, wouldn't have the choice of work places; I would if I did amazing.
However priority can also be twisted in an unnecessary way, for example: O2 priority. Their website states 'Priority is our way of saying thanks. It's exclusive to O2 customers and brings you great offers from high street brands, tickets and experiences, as well as access to the best in entertainment.'The O2 in London also has priority tickets that they sell.