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GPA/RANK. Before you re-evaluate your SHORT TERM GOALS for week 3 review the importance of GPA/Rank as part of your high school achievement. What do colleges look for?.

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gpa rank

GPA/RANK

Before you re-evaluate your SHORT TERM GOALS for week 3 review the importance of GPA/Rank as part of your high school achievement.

what do colleges look for
What do colleges look for?
  • One of most important factors taken into consideration for admission is based upon 3 years of academic courses, grades 9 – 11.
what will your transcript reflect by the end of 11 th grade
What will YOUR transcript reflect by the end of 11th grade?
  • Challenging courses – College credit, Advanced Placement (AP)?
    • Students in a school with challenging courses are expected to have taken SOME of these courses.
  • Thriving in a challenging academic environment?
  • College counselors look for TRENDS
    • Consistency?
    • Upward or downward spiraling?
how might your g p a impact career job opportunities military ambitions
How might your g.p.a. impact career/job opportunities, military ambitions?
  • Success in any branch of the Military depends on a good education, and a high school diploma is most desirable. Candidates with a GED (General Education Development certificate) can enlist, but some Services may limit opportunities. It is very difficult to be considered a serious candidate without either a high school diploma.
  • Pilots? Navy Seals? Officer school? Career military ambitions? Candidates are top tier with solid educational background.
  • Careers? Many coveted positions are awarded to those who show high achievement and strong academic ranking through high school and college.
guidelines
Guidelines:
  • You are permitted to REDO an assignment if you have received a failing grade.
  • Be proactive in obtaining and completing make-up work. It is your responsibility.
  • If you have not demonstrated mastery on a test, you have 3 days from the return of the graded test to request a retake for grade up to 70%.
  • Be aware of how your class grades are weighted.
  • Seek out individual help: academic mentoring will be provided each Friday, and tutorials T/Th 2:15-2:45.
  • Communicate with your instructors directly to troubleshoot academic needs.
  • Consistent attendance.
  • Check your scores for classes regularly/ once or twice a week
short term goals week 3
Short term goals—week 3
  • Do any of my short term goals connect with ideas discussedtoday?
  • What might I do this week to work toward building a strong g.p.a?
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