1. What types of tests do you take best? What types of tests are the worst for you? e.g., "I stress out on timed tests." The test I take best are tests on computers. The tests that I do worse on are the timed tests. 2. Why are you taking this course? What types of critical thinking skills or study skills do you wish to improve? Where do you need the most improvement, reading, math, or writing? What types of tests have you taken? e.g., SAT, PSAT, etc. I’m taking this course because I have to. The critical thinking skill I wish to improve is my understanding of questions. I need the most improvement in writing. I have taken the PSAT this year. 3. List three colleges you'd like to attend. What are the requirements of each? I’d like to attend the University of Florida, Syracuse, or the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For UF, graduation from a regionally accredited or state-approved secondary school or the equivalent is required. For Syracuse, standardized test scores (SAT or ACT with writing section) are required if you are a domestic student or an international student studying in the U.S. or studying overseas in an American or international school. Syracuse University does not require or consider the SAT subject tests. For North Carolina, the University seeks an entering class whose collective strengths will foster excellence within the University community; enhance the education of everyone within it; provide for the leadership of the educational, governmental, scientific, business, humanistic, artistic, and professional institution of the state, nation, and world; and enrich the lives of all the people of North Carolina.
4. What types of scholarships do you wish to earn? (You may include such things as loans, Bright Futures scholarship, honors programs, awards based on ability, grades, or talent, etc.,...). I wish to earn a sports scholarship, in basketball.
5. Other than tests required in school, what...
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