UNV 103 Week 3 Student Academic Skills Assessment and Reflection

UNV 103 Week 3 Student Academic Skills Assessment and Reflection


A
Asked by 1 year ago
0 points

A+ Grade Solution

UNV 103 Week 3 Student Academic Skills Assessment and Reflection

Topic: Educating People to Lead and Serve

Purpose:

Knowing what your strengths and weaknesses are will help you understand steps you should take to improve as a student. GCU wants to assist you in improving in certain areas, such as study habits and note taking.

Required Materials: Microsoft Word

Instructions:

1.Complete the "Student Academic Skills Assessment worksheet. This requires highlighting the number that best describes your current ability. For help on how to highlight, please review the MS Word Basics 2 Highlighting Resource.

2.Please record your answers directly on the worksheet provided.

3.Review each completed section and reflect on the assessment results provided. *NOTE: There are two sections to this worksheet.

4.Section two requires you to write a summary of your assessment results and then to write a reflection on what you learned from completing the assessment.

5.Submit your Student Academic Skills Assessment, with the summary and reflection included, to the appropriate assignment dropbox.

Format Requirements:

Record your answers, including summary and reflection, on the Student Academic Skills Assessment and Reflection Worksheet. Your summary and reflection response should be between 250-500 words. Solid academic writing is expected.

UNV 103
ajotatxe

1 Answer

A
Answered by 1 year ago
0 points

Oh Snap! This Answer is Locked

UNV 103 Week 3 Student Academic Skills Assessment and Reflection

Thumbnail of first page

Excerpt from file: StudentAcademicSkillsAssessmentWorksheet AssignmentBackground: Knowingwhatyourstrengthsandweaknessesarewillhelpyouunderstandstepsyoushouldtaketoimproveasastudent.GCUwants toassistyouinimprovingincertainareas,suchasstudyhabitsandnotetaking.

Filename: unv-103-week-3-student-academic-skills-assessment-and-reflection-84.docx

Filesize: < 2 MB

Downloads: 0

Print Length: 7 Pages/Slides

Words: 495

Your Answer

Surround your text in *italics* or **bold**, to write a math equation use, for example, $x^2+2x+1=0$ or $$\beta^2-1=0$$

Use LaTeX to type formulas and markdown to format text. See example.

Sign up or Log in

  • Answer the question above my logging into the following networks
Sign in
Sign in
Sign in

Post as a guest

  • Your email will not be shared or posted anywhere on our site
  •  

Stats
Views: 2
Asked: 1 year ago

Related