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Date Created: 10/02/15
Study Guide First Year Experience Making Connections BIO 1013 Chapters 1 and 2 The highest college dropout rate occurs in the year of college 2 Recent research indicates that students who are prone to procrastination are also at higher risk for what LA Give one example of a shortterm goal and one example of a longterm goal 4 To achieve optimal results which subjects should you study rst UI The text recommends scheduling at least aerobic workouts each week ON It s hard to study on a stomach 7 How can block scheduling be detrimental to your success 00 Recognizing what time of day or night you are most alert and engaged is learning about your 50 Two of the mostcited differences between high school and college are college students have more autonomy and more 10 List and describe 8 strategies for succeeding in college as identi ed by your text Your text lists 29 11 List 3 components of good time management 12 For each hour spent in class you should schedule hours of study time 13 Earning a 35 GPA is an example ofwhat kind of goal 14 Stress is the enemy of learning What are some things you can do to reduce stress 15 If you have done all of the above and you haven t reduced your stress what should you do ON 00 O 25 26 Today more than The text recommends dividing study time into If you are a fulltime student it is recommended that you limit your work week to hours The highest college dropout rate occurs in the year of college According to the book if you are perpetually late with assignments you run the risk of what List three ways to avoid distractions while studying ofhigh school graduates go on to college What percent of students who enter college never graduate What is the bene t of participating in class discussions blocks What is the most important reason to be on time to class How does the book describe most people with a college education as opposed to those without a college education What are the bene ts of studying with a group Describe 3 ways to overcome procrastination


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