Lowly-performing students are created probably because Japanese school systems, often using passive ways of teaching and tests, are ineffective at helping students understand and internalize the knowledge of a subjects that the teachers have taught in classes and internalizing the knowledge into the students' minds. Those students perceive an awareness that they feel hard to deal with the subjects as "difficult". During their education, these students are divided according to their scores on placement tests and provided with the necessary knowledge. This education, however, may be ineffective unless the students can reduce overcome this awareness perception and become interested in the content of the subjects. As for the instruction for low-performers, at first, the teachers should prepare the students' mind-sets for learning. Then, teachers should offer the interesting content. Finally, the students should think about their eyes toward their career planning and improving their ability for job hunting. One of the main capabilities provided by universities should provide can include the Key Competencies suggested by the OECD.