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PCO 1020

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PCO 1020 PCO 1020

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These words are in chapters one and two of Focus on Community College Success
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John C Coltharp
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mia Howard on Saturday August 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PCO 1020 at Georgia State University taught by John C Coltharp in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see First semester experience in English at Georgia State University.


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Date Created: 08/27/16
Chapter 1 and 2 vocabulary PCO (WEEK 1) Academic – Having to do with education GED – Stands for General Education Development; passing these test is an alternative to earning a traditional high school diploma Marketplace Ideas­ A place where many ideas are exchanged freely. Learning Curve – a measure of how long it takes you to learn something and how hard it is. Concentration­ focused effort; specialization Core – Basic Prerequisites – Courses that you need to take before advancing on to other ones. GPA – An average of all your grades for a single semester or a running average across all your coursework. Development­ Designed to develop or improve a skill. Predictors­ Something that indicated something in the future may happen. Multitasking­ Doing many different things at once. Deep Learner – someone who learns everything they can about a topic. Take Stock – Evaluate your progress Extrinsically – Outside yourself Intrinsically – Inside yourself Attitude – State of mind or mental position Aptitude – Natural ability Constructive Responses – Statements or actions that promote improvement Self­Handicapping – Hurting your own chances to succeed Performers – Someone who is driven to appear smart Learners – Someone who is driven to learn, even by making mistakes Value – something you think is important Goals­ something you make specific plans to achieve Dreams­ something you wish for


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