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What are the most important things for college success? Organization and attendence
What are the names of the consuming habits that aren't college related? Black holes, internet
The majority of college funding comes from what? loans
It is best to also have what? good finacial habits
What is the name of the personality test that helps for a college major? Meyers Briggs
Name four learning styles? visual, oral, hands on, reading and writting
Name seven terms for success? Academic integrity, general education, course objective, degree plan, GPA, prerequiste, syllabus, and personal responsibility.
Name seven influences of college success? Background, short/long term goals, learning style, motivation, multiple intelligences, values, and study habits.
What is the biggest change from high school to college? Personal responsibility.