Reflective Essay On Degree Audit

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After this fall semester, I will be graduating from LaGuardia. I currently have a cumulative GPA of 3.456, but I am aiming to receive a cumulative GPA of 3.5 by the end of the semester. I did some research on degree audit and that is why I am making a grade goal of an A or 4.0 in Critical Thinking, and three more of my courses. Achieving A’s in the four courses that I am currently enrolled in will push my GPA up to a 3.5. I understand that with this goal is not easily attainable, so throughout my LaGuardia journey I’ve been learning what does and does not work for me, where my strength and weaknesses lies, and after every semester I build off of the old ones. I began retraining myself in my weak areas of my life; such as my lack of punctuality and organization, my inability to stay focus on the task at hand, and my lack of interest in reading. In order to gain the 4.0 in each course I will have to
1. Be on time for class.
2. Keep all of my books and folders organized.
3. Improve my reading habit.
4. Discipline myself to complete the task at hand before moving on to the next task. Punctuality has always been a weakness of mine. It’s a weakness that runs in my entire family. I know
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The purpose of college all depends on what world of higher education you are in. He states that there is Utopia U and Utility U. Based on my understanding of the text, I interpreted that he was stating that Utopia U. is a place for students to think freely, find and understand themselves, develop and enhance their skills, and their moral compass. Utopia U. is a place where students are taught things, that today’s leaders and the institutional heads, have determined and believe is in the best interest to prepare them for the world and not only a profession. In order to create knowledgeable, well rounded citizens, not individuals that only have knowledge on one skill or about one

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