What Should You Major In?
You have a difficult assignment to complete. How do you get it done?
Take your time to mull it over. You'll figure it out if you give yourself space to think.
Look at it a completely new way. Do it backwards if you have to.
Develop a plan outlining how to do small chunks of work at a time.
Get a study group together, and have each person contribute their expertise.
Just put your nose to the grindstone and get it done. Nothing is too difficult for you.
What are you most likely to do on a free day?
Write in your journal, go for a long walk alone, or get lost in a book.
Dabble in a million activities, but get nothing serious done
Develop a new recipe, web site, or other creation
Find a couple friends to engage in conversation
Get all your chores and hobbies done in a timely fashion
When it comes to school, what kind of homework assignments do you like best?
Open ended assignments that allowing you a lot of independent study
Difficult problems that take a while to figure out
A few short problems that test your ability to think of new ideas
A big project that requires you to work with others
An assignment with many pieces to analyze and draw from
You're trying to get into a top grad program. What's your strategy?
You write a killer application essay
You find a few schools that are less competitive, but very cool, as backups
You present your application in a quirky way, marketing yourself as the ideal candidate
You spend a lot of time working on getting great letters of recommendation
You study hard for the standardized test you need to take - and try to ace it
In class, you are the student who:
Doesn't talk much, but when you do, it's for a long time
Likes to answer out loud quickly, even to rhetorical questions
Challenges the ideas that are being taught
Makes the most friends in class
Never misses a class or assignment
What's Your College Stereotype?
Are You a Pen or a Pencil?
How's Your Vocabulary?
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