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Quest for Success Semester 2 Exam Study Guide
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When your community experiences a tragic event, many times you will see people showing selflessness for their community members because they care so much for others. What is selflessness talking about?
Caring for others and their needs before taking care of your own.
Both doctors and nurses must have empathy toward their patients in order to help those in need. What does empathy refer to?
ability to understand and share the feeling of another.
Many professionals, such as those in the healthcare field, must sign an oath before entering the workforce. What is an oath?
solemn promise regarding one's future action or behavior
The philosophy of leading others by putting the members needs over one's own is known as what?
In many states each year, there are public health advisories issued during cold and flu season. When these advisories are issued, it's because there are large numbers of people with a particular illness, such as the flu. What is meant by public health?
health of the population as a whole, when monitored by the state.
The belief in or practice of selfless concern for the well-being of others is known as what?
What is a simulated work environment?
environment where a trainee can practice using and operating equipment under realistic workplace conditions.
What is stewardship?
job of taking care of something or supervising
Careers that nurture the growth or address the problems of a person's physical, psychological, intellectual, emotional, or spiritual well-being are known as what type of careers?
What is a statement that best describes a needs assessment?
A process for determining and addressing the needs, or gaps, between current conditions and desired conditions
In general, what is healthcare?
maintenance and improvement of physical and mental health through medical services
What is the focus on when referring to patient-centered care?
providing care that is respectful of individual patient values guide clinical decisions.
a person's character and behavior in performing the duties, obligations, and responsibility of a good citizen
What is the job of a financial advisor?
provides financial services and guidance to their clients
Why is depreciation a problem?
the value of the item is reduced
Describe how cost-benefit analysis works.
gather information, compare purchase prices, repairs, and how long it will take to earn your money back.
Why would it be helpful to do a cost comparison?
to compare other homes that are similar and in the same area to see if you are paying a fair price for the home.
tax on property paid to the jurisdiction where the property is located.
tax on personal income paid to government each year.
amount of money transferred in and out of household or business
increase in prices and the fall of the value of money
a tax on sales or the receipts from sales
the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 years of age or older, and for younger people with certain disabilities.
federal insurance program that provides benefits (money)_ to retired people and those who are unemployed or disabled.
If a person is creditworthy, what does that mean for them?
banks will loan you money because you have a good credit history
What is the difference between gross income and net income?
gross income is the total pay before deductions, net income is pay received after deductions
Individual Graduation Plan
a document that shows a student's diploma pathway planning from eighth grade through graduation.
Advanced Placement class
the placement of a student in a high school course that offers credit if a qualifying score is earned on its corresponding exam.
What is the difference between intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation?
intrinsic refers to rewards found within you such as joy, good feelings you have when you've helped someone; extrinsic refers to rewards outside of you such as a large paycheck, being famous.
College Level Examination Program
a program that offers students the opportunity to earn credit for introductory level college courses by achieving satisfactory scores on a subject specific test.
What is the difference between a college major and a college minor?
Major - receives a degree; Minor - secondary area of study
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA)
a form prepared annually for prospective college students to determine the eligibility for student financial aid.
What are prerequisites?
courses required before you can take another course.
What are elective courses?
courses students may choose from a list of options, but are different form mandatory courses.
a program designed to give students mastery over a particular subject or topic; offered in many trades, professional fields, and academic areas.
What are credentials?
qualifications, achievements, or personal quality of a person's background, used to indicate they are suitable for the job
What is a grant?
Money given by organizations, including the government, for a particular purpose, and not repaid
What is a scholarship?
payments made to support a student's education, awarded on the basis of academic or other achievements.
What are loans?
money that is always repaid with interest
What is dual enrollment?
enrolled in high school and college level at the same time
What are college preparation courses designed to do for the student?
help students who are entering college become better prepared for college level academics
What is an industry based certification?
a credential that verifies a person has met the skill standards required to enter the workforce in that particular field.
usually a second-cycle academic degree awarded upon completion of courses in a specific field of student or area of professional practice
highest level of academic degree
undergraduate degree awarded on completion of courses, usually lasts approximately 2 years.
undergraduate degree awarded upon completion of courses, usually lasts 3-7 years.
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