OUE 1001: Mastering Skills for College Success

2 CreditsOnline Available

Practical assistance to students in developing efficient and effective learning and academic performance skills, improving reading speed and comprehension, increasing memorization and test-taking skills, managing test anxiety, identifying academic and career goals, and using advanced technology in university learning. Students identify individual academic strengths and weaknesses and formulate a plan for skill development through individualized learning projects. Addresses student learning styles, attitudes, and motivations and their relation to successful academic performance. Class focuses on transition to college, a good option for first year, transfer, international, and returning students.

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B+ Average (3.333)Most Common: A (53%)

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465 students
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