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Declaring Your Major in College: Considerations and Timing Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. The career counselor _____

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Question 2 2. An example of a career inventory is a _____.

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Question 3 3. The college tour is important because:

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Question 4 4. Madison's college choice decision is difficult because

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Question 5 5. Most students do not begin their major coursework

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Question 6 6. Jason wants to attend an Ivy League college because

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Question 7 7. The general curriculum

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Question 8 8. If Kristi follows her college's general education requirement ,

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Question 9 9. Freshman Orientation courses can help you _____.

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Question 10 10. Students often declare a major even when they are unsure, because

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Question 11 11. Kristen isn't sure what she will major in. She probably _____ choose a college based on whether they offer a specific major.

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Question 12 12. Which of the following is a criterion students can use to choose a college?

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Question 13 13. Students who want to study more than one thing can:

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Question 14 14. Once you have declared a major

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Question 15 15. Which of the following is true about declaring majors?

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Question 16 16. The student can do several things to help make a good major choice for them, including

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Question 17 17. Someone who double majors is

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Question 18 18. It is not uncommon for a student to

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Question 19 19. Everyone should declare their major

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Question 20 20. While men are more likely to double major in a business subject like economics, women are likely to double major in something and

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Question 21 21. The general education curriculum at each college

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Question 22 22. Some of the alternatives to double majoring are

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Question 23 23. Most students take the same General Curriculum, or

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Question 24 24. Whether a student chooses a college based on whether they offer a specific major depends upon:

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Question 25 25. Each of the students found a solution for their situation, such as

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Question 26 26. The college has state and national organizations that oversee their coursework to

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Question 27 27. About _____ of students will change majors at least once during their college career.

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Question 28 28. In most cases, not having a major on entering college:

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Question 29 29. It is predicted that

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Question 30 30. One place to go to search colleges based on whether they offer a major is:

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Declaring Your Major in College: Considerations and Timing Chapter Exam Instructions

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