What are examples of academic goals?
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What are examples of academic goals?

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A common early goal for a student is to identify a program and to outline a course of study. A longer-term goal for students starting a degree program is to graduate. In a given semester, a student may have goals of passing all classes or earning a 3.0 GPA.

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An example of a long-term learning objective is developing the core skills necessary for success in a given field. Nursing students, for instance, may have a goal of developing all skills necessary to succeed in their state board exams. Another short-term goal is investing two hours per week in study for each hour of class.

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