To review from Part I:
You are hiring a student to go to college classes (YOU). In order to do this exercise you need to look at yourself, not be yourself.
Interviewing is how people usually get jobs. You are going to INTERVIEW yourself.
Yes, the photo is from a high school because that is where your learning style became honed. How did that go?
· What is a realistic study schedule for you?
· How can you use this schedule to manage your time?
· What helps you feel prepared to go to class and learn?
· How do you learn?
· Do you know how to manage what you study, so you can take each type of test and get a good score?
· Do you know how to process what you learn in each class?
Second, interview yourself and find out if your actual answers were close to the answers you would like to hear.
Third, compare the two sets of answers and decide if YOU need to change anything in either column.
Would you hire yourself to go to college classes?
If yes, full steam ahead!
If no, which answers need to be changed or improved?
· practiced a slice of the interview process from both sides
· read through some types of issues that impact successfully going to college classes
· decided if these issues affect you, and how you may need to change so you will be more effective
· possibly have a list of issues that you need to work on to help yourself be ready to go to college classes
Next session is how to improve your answers to these questions…