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SMART Goals

By Julia3119 Oct 19, 2014 278 Words
My first goal it to earn an 85% or more for each of my classes by the end of the semester. I will be able to achieve this goal by doing my homework, projects and all the necessary work that is assigned to me. In addition, I will study and reviewing material on a daily basis for a higher grade on exams, tests and quizzes and paying attention and participating to receive a high grade for my classwork. Maintaining a good overall average in all of my classes throughout my school year will help me keep a good GPA and to be accepted into a good college or university.

My second smart goal is to increase my class participation by the end of the school year. My goal is to participated in group discussions and be prepared to share information by doing the homework that is given on a daily basis or taking notes to refer back on at least 3 times a day. By participating more in class, my classwork grade will increase and also raise my average for a particular class.

My third goal is to improve my writing skills by the end of the year. This can be attained by expanding my vocabulary through different writing materials and learning new words daily and incorporating them into my everyday conversations. Also practicing different writing styles such as poetry and story writing can help me as well. In addition, reading several classics written by well known authors can teach me different writing techniques and improve my vocabulary. Having good writing skills will boost my confidence when writing and help make my written pieces more interesting to read.

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