CCP UNIT 1
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What is a financial benefit of being a college graduate?
$1.2 million more in lifetime earnings than a high school graduate will earn
A student who has completed all college requirements is:
a college graduate.
What is a stepping-stone toward future education?
A high school diploma
When a person tries to cultivate new clients or expand business relationships, it is called:
Carefully choosing from a set of alternatives to accomplish an objective is known as:
Which of the following jobs requires a high school diploma? Farmer, Security guard, Human resources assistant, Sanitation worker.
Human resources assistant
What is a benefit of a college education?
College graduates are more likely to have health insurance.
The term or phrase that describes all types of colleges is:
Which of the following subjects is considered technical education? Plumbing, English, Biology, Physical education.
In college the term "major" refers to:
a subject or field.
One of the differences between a career and a job is that a career:
provides better pay.
An example of a personal skill is:
A federal tax is paid to:
the federal government only.
When choosing a career, a good place to start is by:
taking a self-evaluation test.
Helping others for free while gaining skills is:
Financial stability is when you:
are able to save for retirement.
What are some personal qualities?
A student might take a career assessment in:
a high school counseling office.
An example of an extracurricular activity in high school is:
playing a sport.
An employment situation that pays bills but is largely unfulfilling is:
What is an example of an open college?
a community college
A registrar can be found at any of the following except: a two-year college, voting registration polls, a four-year college, a high school.
voting registration polls.
Many colleges review students' scores on the _____ or _____ before deciding whether to offer them admission.
All of the following are features of world language courses except:
//the history of countries where a language is spoken//the culture of native speakers of a language// communication through a language// the psychology of native speakers of a language.
the psychology of native speakers of a language.
The measure of how a student's performance compares with that of other students in his or her class is called _____.
A cumulative grade point average differs from a grade point average because it factors in:
grades earned in all semesters up to the most recent semester.
All of the following are normally required for admission to a selective college except: GPA, ACT or SAT scores, job shadows and internships, completion of certain courses.
job shadows and internships.
Who at the school maintains students' high school transcripts?
A grade of D is worth ____ grade points.
Which of the following would not count toward a weighted GPA?
College psychology 101, AP Spanish, AP music theory, High school biology.
High school biology
Service-learning is different from community service because:
there is a learning objective involved.
Taking a college course and receiving both high school and college credit is called:
All of the following are example of senioritis except:
not studying, taking dual enrollment classes, missing classes.
taking dual enrollment classes.
An adviser oversees a school-sponsored club or organization to ensure that:
the objectives of the group are followed.
Community service is almost always performed ______.
outside the school or workday.`
which of the following offers students a group of courses to be taught over a couple of years?
One of the nice byproducts of joining a club, organization, community service project, or service-learning project is that:
colleges appreciate it.
The following are all examples of rigorous coursework except: IB courses, AP courses, dual enrollment courses, physical education courses.
physical education courses.
Which of the following require a high score on an end-of-the-curse exam to earn college credit?
Dual enrollment courses, IB courses, AP courses, Honors courses.
What is an added bonus of participating in extracurricular activities
colleges appreciate the value of it.
uses music to help you learn and retain information.
uses the first letter of each word in a list of items to help you remember something. The letters spell a name or concept.
uses the first letter of each word to create a phrase to remember information. (PEMDAS)
uses many techniques to help you remember the spelling of words.
(Sandy deSert, Strawberry Shortcake deSSert)