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#7

Your study group meets once a week, but one of your partners has excuses for not showing up. What do you do?

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  • Figure out how to kick her out of the group. I don’t want her bringing down my GPA.

  • Figure out how to get her more involved. She must be overwhelmed.

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#8

It’s the first day of class and your ex is taking the same class. You don’t want to be around him, but it’s a prerequisite for your major. What do you do?

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  • Stay in class and forget he’s there. Academics are more important than emotion.

  • Switch out and take a different prerequisite. I would be distracted all semester.

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#9

The curriculum is important, but it’s life decisions made in college that last forever. You tend to choose with your…

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  • Mind

  • Heart

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#10

Time management is an important skill to master in college. How do you keep track of your assignments?

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  • Read the syllabus and keep mental notes.

  • Keep a detailed to-do list and schedule.

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#11

When it comes to submitting work for extra credit, deciding what kind of assignment you do can be nice. You prefer to have…

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  • Many options. Choice is freedom.

  • Clear instructions and one option. I don’t have time to waste.

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#12

Your final is a 15-page paper and it weighs as fifty percent of your grade. When do you start it?

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  • A week before it’s due.

  • When the semester begins.

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