College and Career Readiness Survey
Email address *
1. What is your school ID number? *
2. I think about what career path I will pursue after I graduate from high school. *
3. I understand the similarities and differences in college options available--technical college, community college, four year college. *
4. Have you ever taken a career interest inventory? *
5. How often do you spend time researching different job/career options to learn more about them? *
6. I understand the difference between my overall grade point average (GPA) and my core grade point average (GPA). *
7. I am familiar with the Common College Application. *
8. How often do you spend time researching various post secondary options to learn more about certificate, diploma,and/or degree offerings at the respective institutions? *
9. I am confident in my ability to write a 'strong' college essay for my college applications. *
10. I am confident in my abilty to effectively communicate during a job interview. *
11. I am confident in my abilty to create a quality resume. *
12. I understand the purpose of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). *
13. I understand the similarities and/or differences in the types of achievement tests used for admission into undergraduate schools (ACT, SAT, ASSET). *
14. Have you ever visited the website, O*NET Online? *
15. Please match the following college and career vocabulary terms with the correct definition for each term. *
Associate Degree
Dual Enrollment
Liberal Arts Education
Major
Post Secondary
Undergraduate Degree
Academic focus or specialization.
College courses taken while in high school.
Classes or degrees obtained after high school.
Post-secondary education including both 2-year and 4-year degrees.
Two-year degree that prepares the student for further study.
Considered a well-rounded education.
16. Please match the following college and career vocabulary terms with the correct definition for each term. *
Cost of Attendance
Public College
Scholarship
Tuition
Money for college that does not have to be repaid.
Cost of college classes.
Financed primarily by tuition, endowments and taxes.
Average cost to attend for one academic year.
17. Indicate the degree to which you found these resources beneficial in gathering information about college and careers. *
Very Beneficial
Beneficial
Somewhat Beneficial
Not Beneficial
College and Career Readiness Portfolio
college visits
High School Counselor
Internet
Parent(s)
Sibling(s)
Teacher(s)
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