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JEOPARDY! College Edition Precollege Programs Applying Getting In $$$ Types of Colleges Why Go? 1pt 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt Applying – 1 point

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JEOPARDY!

College Edition

Precollege Programs

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Applying

Getting In

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Types of Colleges

Why Go?

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Applying – 5 points

Colleges only care if you get good grades. Being involved in extracurricular activities, volunteering, or having a job doesn’t matter.True or False

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Getting In – 2 Points

Your parents have to be rich to be able to afford to go to college.

True or False

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Getting In – 3 Points

Anyone can get into a public university, but it’s hard to get into a private college.

True or False

you are the first person in your family to go to college you should feel
Getting In – 4 PointsYou are the first person in your family to go to college; you should feel:

Alone

Proud

Nervous

B and C

All of the Above

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Getting In – 5 Points

You have to know exactly what you want to study and what kind of career you want when you go to college.

True or False

what does fafsa stand for
$$$ - 1 pointWhat does FAFSA stand for?

Free Aid For Student Assistance

Financial Aid For Students who have been Accepted

Free Application for Federal Student Aid

None of the above

what is a scholarship
$$$ - 2 pointsWhat is a scholarship?

Money you have to pay back.

Money given to you because you meet requirements and you don’t have to pay it back.

Money given to you because of your family income level.

what is a grant
$$$ - 3 pointsWhat is a grant?

Money you have to pay back.

Money given to you because you meet requirements and you have to pay it back.

Money given to you because of your family income level.

what are loans
$$$ - 4 pointsWhat are loans?

Money given to you because of your family income level.

Money given to you because you meet requirements and you don’t have to pay it back.

Money borrowed that must be repaid usually with interest.

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$$$ - 5 points

What is a work study job?A. A qualified job in the work study program on the campus.B. A regular job off campus.C. A regular job on the college campus.D. Any of the above.

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Types of Colleges – 3 Points Private universities (like Willamette University or Yale University) are always more expensive than public universities.True or False
advantages of community colleges include
Types of Colleges – 4 Points Advantages of community colleges include:

A) Less expensiveB) Courses offered only during dayC) No admissions requirementsD) A and CE) All of the above

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Types of Colleges – 5 Points

Oregon public universities require the following for admission: A) High school diploma B) 3.0 grade point average C) C- or better in 14+ classes D) SAT or ACT E) All of the above

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Why Go? – 1 PointIf you graduate from college you are more likely to find and keep a job that pays well and that you enjoy doing.True or False
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Why Go? – 3 Points College graduates tend to be:A) HappierB) HealthierC) Less satisfied with their jobD) A and BE) All of the Above
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Why Go? – 4 PointsSomeone with a bachelor’s degree will earn a million dollars more over a lifetime than someone with a high school diploma.True or False
college is a good place to
Why Go? – 5 PointsCollege is a good place to:
  • Meet new people & make great friends
  • Play a sport, try an art class or volunteer
  • Learn a new language and study abroad
  • Study hard and find your passion
  • All of the Above
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