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8 terms
Success Course
Strategies for Managing Time
.Rank Tasks in Order of Importance
Analysis
Evaluation
Analysis... Itemizing... Priortizing
Urgency... Gravity
Breaking down time into components
Relative importance of the tasks
Strategies for Managing Time
Analysis... Itemizing... Priortizing
.Rank Tasks in Order of Importance
Urgency... Gravity
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course IV Lesson 1
adept
apparition
banter
despondent
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; proficient; expert
(n.) ghostly figure; phantom; specter
(n.) good-natured, playful joking or teasing; jesting; repartee
(adj.) feeling discouraged; dejected; depressed; despairing
adept
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; proficient; expert
apparition
(n.) ghostly figure; phantom; specter
80 terms
Vocabulary For Success Course 1
Alert
Brawny
Candid
Chide
ready to act
having muscles
open and honest
express mild dissapproval of
Alert
ready to act
Brawny
having muscles
19 terms
Vocab for success course II
Scant
Sustain
Surveillance
Rankle
Not enough
Suffer endure
Watch closely
Irritate
Scant
Not enough
Sustain
Suffer endure
14 terms
Conversation Course Success vocabulary review
persevere / persist
discourage
resource
fortune
keep going
negatively motivate
something you can use like people, money etc.
luck
persevere / persist
keep going
discourage
negatively motivate
Vocabulary For Success Course 2 Lesson 3
assume
averse
callous
discernible
(Verb) take for grated... Suppose:presume
(adj) having a strong feeling of opposition... disinclined; loath
(adj) Feeling no sympathy for others ... insensitive; hard-hearted
(adj) Capable of being discerned... observable;perceptible
assume
(Verb) take for grated... Suppose:presume
averse
(adj) having a strong feeling of opposition... disinclined; loath
11 terms
College Success Course Exam
SHAC
DRC
Learning Center
Advising and career services
Center for student health and counseling
Eliminates barriers for students with disabilities
Free tutoring center. Tutors and academic coaches
Explore majors, change majors and job search
SHAC
Center for student health and counseling
DRC
Eliminates barriers for students with disabilities
Vocabulary for Success Course 2 Lesson 4
Adroit (adj.)
Adversary (n.)
Avert (v.)
Cogent (adj.)
Cleverly skillful in coping with difficulty or danger
Person or group that opposes one another
Turn away or aside, ward off
Appealing forcibly to the mind or reason
Adroit (adj.)
Cleverly skillful in coping with difficulty or danger
Adversary (n.)
Person or group that opposes one another
20 terms
Vocabulary For Success Course 3 Lesson 2
Access
Bristle
Brook
Capricious
n. ability, permission, or liberty to enter, approach, commun…
v. become rigid with anger or irritation; fume; seethe
v. stand for; tolerate; bear
adj. tending to change abruptly and without apparent reason;…
Access
n. ability, permission, or liberty to enter, approach, commun…
Bristle
v. become rigid with anger or irritation; fume; seethe
Vocabulary for Success Course 2 Lesson 5
abrupt
animosity
chaotic
cordial
occurring quickly and without warning
feeling of ill will or resentment
in a state of chaos
warm and friendly
abrupt
occurring quickly and without warning
animosity
feeling of ill will or resentment
20 terms
6th Vocabulary for Success Course 1- Lesson 7
affluent
aloof
bolster
chore
(adj.) having abundant good or riches; wealthy; prosperous; o…
(adj.) distant in feeling or interest; unconcerned; indifferent
(v.) prop up; support; sustain
(n.) small routine job around a house or farm; task; assignment
affluent
(adj.) having abundant good or riches; wealthy; prosperous; o…
aloof
(adj.) distant in feeling or interest; unconcerned; indifferent
10 terms
Vocab For Success Course 1 Lesson 1D
neglect
novice
obstinate
peer
When you ignore or don't take care of someone: Some people do…
Someone who is new at something: A football player just start…
Someone who won't change their opinion.
classmate -- someone at the same level
neglect
When you ignore or don't take care of someone: Some people do…
novice
Someone who is new at something: A football player just start…
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course IV Lesson 2
abyss
acumen
anecdote
castigate
n. immeasurably deep or great space; chasm; void
n. keenness of perception or judgment; insight
n. short account of an interesting, amusing, or biographical…
v. subject to severe criticism or punishment; reprimand
abyss
n. immeasurably deep or great space; chasm; void
acumen
n. keenness of perception or judgment; insight
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 2 Lesson 1 Usage
acquit
alternate
condone
congested
v. absolve, exonerate
adj. substitute, alternative
v. overlook, excuse
adj. clogged, overcrowded
acquit
v. absolve, exonerate
alternate
adj. substitute, alternative
26 terms
Course of WWII (Success/Failure)
Germany declares war on USA
US Lend Lease to the USSR
US percentage of war effort put into d…
Rise in US aircraft production from 19…
Dec 11 1941
Sep 1941
85%
12000 to 48000
Germany declares war on USA
Dec 11 1941
US Lend Lease to the USSR
Sep 1941
10 terms
Vocab for Success Course 1: Lesson 4D
literate
mock
obliging
prevail
able to read
to make fun of someone
willing to help; someone who will usually do you a favor if y…
win
literate
able to read
mock
to make fun of someone
Vocabulary for Success Course 2 Lesson 6
Accelerate (v)
Aftermath (n)
Amicable (adj)
Arduous (adj)
add to the speed of; hasten, quicken
that which follows or results, especially from a disaster; co…
characterized by good will; not quarrelsome; friendly, peacea…
involving great hardship or exertion; laborious, difficult, s…
Accelerate (v)
add to the speed of; hasten, quicken
Aftermath (n)
that which follows or results, especially from a disaster; co…
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 2 Lesson 5
abrupt
animosity
chaotic
cordial
occurring quickly and without warning
feeling of ill will or resentment
in a state of chaos
warm and friendly
abrupt
occurring quickly and without warning
animosity
feeling of ill will or resentment
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 1 Lesson 2
antagonistic
botch
dearth
dire
showing opposition or ill will;
do clumsily; spoil by poor work; foul up;
inadequate supply;
arousing dread or deep distress;
antagonistic
showing opposition or ill will;
botch
do clumsily; spoil by poor work; foul up;
20 terms
vocabulary for success course lesson one
alert (adj)
brawny (adj)
candid (adj)
chide (v)
wide-awake and ready to act; watchful; vigilant
having a well-developed muscles; muscular; strong; sinewy
Open and honest what one says or does; Frank; outspoken
Express mild disapproval of; scold; reprove; reproach
alert (adj)
wide-awake and ready to act; watchful; vigilant
brawny (adj)
having a well-developed muscles; muscular; strong; sinewy
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 1 Lesson 3
abate
cower
crest
devise
moderate; subside
cringe; quail
top; summit
concoct; formulate; design
abate
moderate; subside
cower
cringe; quail
10 terms
vocabulary for success course 1 lesson 1
alert
brawny
candid
chide
wide awake and ready to act quickly
having well developed muscles
open and honest in what one says or does
express mild disapproval of; scold
alert
wide awake and ready to act quickly
brawny
having well developed muscles
20 terms
Vocabulary for success course to seventh grade
Affront
Aspiration
Balk
Bleak
Insult outrage
Ambition goal
Hinder frustrate thwart
Depressing gloomy
Affront
Insult outrage
Aspiration
Ambition goal
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 2 Lesson 4
Adroit (adj.)
Adversary (n.)
Avert (v.)
Cogent (adj.)
Cleverly skillful in coping with difficulty or danger
Person or group that opposes one another
Turn away or aside, ward off
Appealing forcibly to the mind or reason
Adroit (adj.)
Cleverly skillful in coping with difficulty or danger
Adversary (n.)
Person or group that opposes one another
20 terms
Vocabulary 7th for Success Course II
acquit
alternate
condone
congested
Free from an accusation; declare innocent; absolve; exonerate
Offering a choice; substitute; alternative
treat as trivial, harmless, or unimportant; overlook excuse
Filled to excess; clogged; overcrowded
acquit
Free from an accusation; declare innocent; absolve; exonerate
alternate
Offering a choice; substitute; alternative
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course II - Chapter 11
Capacity (n.)
Cede (v.)
Contend (v.)
Deem (v.)
Individual's mental or physical ability;... Aptitude; Capability
Yield or Surrender;... Relinquish; Grant
Strive in rivalry or competition;... Compete; Vie; Argue
Come to think or judge;... Consider; Regard; View
Capacity (n.)
Individual's mental or physical ability;... Aptitude; Capability
Cede (v.)
Yield or Surrender;... Relinquish; Grant
20 terms
Vocabulary For Success Course 2 Lesson 3
assume
averse
callous
discernible
(Verb) take for grated... Suppose:presume
(adj) having a strong feeling of opposition... disinclined; loath
(adj) Feeling no sympathy for others ... insensitive; hard-hearted
(adj) Capable of being discerned... observable;perceptible
assume
(Verb) take for grated... Suppose:presume
averse
(adj) having a strong feeling of opposition... disinclined; loath
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 1- Lesson 9
amass
apprehensive
deplete
enigma
(v.) collect for oneself; pile up; accumulate; gather
(adj.) fearful about something that might happen; uneasy; anx…
(v.) empty completely or partially; drain; exhaust; lessen
(n.) something puzzling or hard to explain; mystery; riddle;…
amass
(v.) collect for oneself; pile up; accumulate; gather
apprehensive
(adj.) fearful about something that might happen; uneasy; anx…
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 1- Lesson 8
adage
cajole
chagrin
clique
(n.) old saying commonly accepted as a truth; proverb; byword
(v.) persuade by flattery or promises; coax; wheedle; sweet t…
(n.) mental distress caused by failur or disappointment; sham…
(n.) narrow, small, exclusive group of people; circle; coteri…
adage
(n.) old saying commonly accepted as a truth; proverb; byword
cajole
(v.) persuade by flattery or promises; coax; wheedle; sweet t…
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 1- Lesson 7
affluent
aloof
bolster
chore
(adj.) having abundant good or riches; wealthy; prosperous; o…
(adj.) distant in feeling or interest; unconcerned; indifferent
(v.) prop up; support; sustain
(n.) small routine job around a house or farm; task; assignment
affluent
(adj.) having abundant good or riches; wealthy; prosperous; o…
aloof
(adj.) distant in feeling or interest; unconcerned; indifferent
8 terms
Getting on course to your success
Accept personal responsibility
Discover self-motivation
Master self-management
Employ Interdependence
Seeing themselves as the primary cause of their outcomes and…
Finding purpose in their lives by discovering personally mean…
Consistently planning and taking purposeful actions in pursui…
Building mutually supportive relationships that help them ach…
Accept personal responsibility
Seeing themselves as the primary cause of their outcomes and…
Discover self-motivation
Finding purpose in their lives by discovering personally mean…
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 2 Lesson 5
abrupt
animosity
chaotic
cordial
occurring quickly and without warning
feeling of ill will or resentment
in a state of chaos
warm and friendly
abrupt
occurring quickly and without warning
animosity
feeling of ill will or resentment
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success course 1- Lesson 11
allot
appropriate
dialogue
dispensable
(v.) give as a share or portion; assign; allocate; apportion
(v.) take without permission for one's own use; seize; annex
(n.) exchange of ideas; conversation; discussion; chat
(adj.) capable of being done without; nonessential; unimportant
allot
(v.) give as a share or portion; assign; allocate; apportion
appropriate
(v.) take without permission for one's own use; seize; annex
vocabulary for success course II lesson 8
arrogant
articulate
blemish
breach
presumptuous; haughty
eloquent; smooth-spoken
disfigurement; defect; flaw; stain
contravention; infringement
arrogant
presumptuous; haughty
articulate
eloquent; smooth-spoken
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 1- Lesson 6
adamant
boost
concede
device
(adj.) unyielding in attitude or opinion; inflexible; uncompr…
(v.) lift by pushing up from below; raise; inrease
(v.) admit grudgingly; acknowledge; grant
(n.) something devised or constructed for a particular purpos…
adamant
(adj.) unyielding in attitude or opinion; inflexible; uncompr…
boost
(v.) lift by pushing up from below; raise; inrease
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 1Lesson 2
antagonistic
botch
dearth
dire
Showing opposition or ill will; opposed; hostile; inimical
Do clumsily; spoil by poor work; foul up; bungle; ruin
Inadequate supply; scarcity; lack
Arousing dread or deep distress; dreadful; ominous; threatening
antagonistic
Showing opposition or ill will; opposed; hostile; inimical
botch
Do clumsily; spoil by poor work; foul up; bungle; ruin
10 terms
Vocab for Success Course 2: Lesson 4A
adroit
adversary
avert
cogent
good at something
the enemy or opponant
to turn something away from where it's going
makes sense; i.e. a good, convincing argument
adroit
good at something
adversary
the enemy or opponant
10 terms
Vocab for Success Course 2: Lesson 2D
lucrative
malign
monumental
negligible
makes a lot of money
to say bad things about someone
really big or important
so small that it doesn't matter
lucrative
makes a lot of money
malign
to say bad things about someone
10 terms
Vocab for Success Course 2: Lesson 1A
acquit
alternate
condone
congested
to decide that someone is not guilty of a crime
the other one; the other option
to allow someone to do something that is bad
full of something; blocked so that nothing can get through
acquit
to decide that someone is not guilty of a crime
alternate
the other one; the other option
28 terms
Idrak course 6 pillars of success
الواسطة و الحظ
الجهد و المثابرة
الدرجة العلمية
مفاتيح النجاح
Nepotism and luck
Effort and perseverance
degree
the keys to success
الواسطة و الحظ
Nepotism and luck
الجهد و المثابرة
Effort and perseverance
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course IV Lesson 5
accommodate
acquisition
ambivalent
benevolent
(v.) Give consideration to; allow or provide for; oblige; sui…
(n.) Something or someone acquired, gained, or added; additio…
(adj.) Simultaneous, contradictory feelings toward an object,…
(adj.) Marked by or disposed to doing good; kindly; generous;…
accommodate
(v.) Give consideration to; allow or provide for; oblige; sui…
acquisition
(n.) Something or someone acquired, gained, or added; additio…
10 terms
Vocab For Success Course 2: Lesson 7D
morsel
oblivious
overlook
prank
a small piece of something
not noticing what's going on around you
to not notice (to miss) a specific detail of what you are wor…
doing something to someone that is funny and mean
morsel
a small piece of something
oblivious
not noticing what's going on around you
9 terms
Vocabulary for Success course 1- Lesson 6
Abet
Astute
Complex
Conjecture
Encourage with aid or approval
Shrewd clever
Consisting of interconnected parts
Conclusion
Abet
Encourage with aid or approval
Astute
Shrewd clever
10 terms
Vocab for Success Course 1: Lesson 6A
adamant
boost
concede
device
stubborn; refusing to change your opinion
to push something upward
to admit that someone might be right even if you originally t…
a tool or machine designed for a specific purpose
adamant
stubborn; refusing to change your opinion
boost
to push something upward
10 terms
Vocab For Success Course 2: Lesson 9D
judicious
leeway
oversight
punitive
fair
the amount of freedom that you get; if you are forgiven or al…
when you make a mistake because you didn't notice an importan…
meant to punish
judicious
fair
leeway
the amount of freedom that you get; if you are forgiven or al…
10 terms
Vocab for Success Course 1: Lesson 8D
linger
numb
ostentatious
plausible
to stick around for a long time even though you should leave
unable to feel anything (either physically or emotionally)
loud; trying to attract attention on purpose
sounds like it could be true, even if you're not sure whether…
linger
to stick around for a long time even though you should leave
numb
unable to feel anything (either physically or emotionally)
10 terms
Vocab for Success Course 1: Lesson 7A
affluent
aloof
bolster
chore
rich; having lots of money
someone who isn't very social; someone who keeps to themselves
to make something stronger
a small task or job that you have to do
affluent
rich; having lots of money
aloof
someone who isn't very social; someone who keeps to themselves
10 terms
Vocab for Success Course 2: Lesson 8A
arrogant
articulate
blemish
breach
thinking and acting as though you are better than other people
good at talking
something noticeable on the surface of something that makes i…
the act of breaking a rule or law
arrogant
thinking and acting as though you are better than other people
articulate
good at talking
10 terms
Vocab for Success Course 1: Lesson 6D
stamina
subjugate
legendary
notorious
the ability to keep doing an action for a long time; e.x. How…
to conquer or control someone by force; to make someone a slave
really famous; also sometimes from a really old story that ev…
famous for doing bad things
stamina
the ability to keep doing an action for a long time; e.x. How…
subjugate
to conquer or control someone by force; to make someone a slave
20 terms
Vocabulary for Success Course 1- Lesson 10
adorn
appalling
barren
buffoon
(v.) add beauty to; make more attractive; decorate; embellish…
(adj.) filled with horror, shock, or dismay, frightful; shock…
(adj.) producing little or no vegetation; incapable of produc…
(n.) person giving to joking, clowing, or playing pranks; clo…
adorn
(v.) add beauty to; make more attractive; decorate; embellish…
appalling
(adj.) filled with horror, shock, or dismay, frightful; shock…
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