Counseling Department

Online Orientation Quiz

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1. College is different than high school.
In college, I arrange my own schedule, I am responsible for managing my own time, and instructors don't always check my homework.
True
False

2. BC assessments are placements in Reading, Writing, and Math.
As a new student, I need to take all three BC assessments and I need to follow the recommendations of my assessment scores to be a successful student.
True
False

3. To be a successful student, for every hour I am in class, I should allow how many hours of study time outside of the class?
None
One
Two
Three

4. One of the best things I can do for myself at Bakersfield College is meet with a counselor.
True
False

5. It is my responsibility to go to class, know important dates, communicate with my instructor, and know about the Student Code of Conduct and Student Rights and Responsibilities.
True
False

6. If I stop attending a class, without officially dropping or withdrawing, the instructor may give me an "F" for the course.
True
False

7. If I don't satisfactorily complete my classes, I may lose my Financial Aid.
True
False

8. Counselors at Bakersfield College can help:
You select a career or major course of study.
Provide in-depth individual career counseling.
Refer you to career assessments.
Assist in career research and information.
All of the above

9. Which of the following are success skills I can use as a student:
Know my class syllabus.
Develop good study habits - use library, avoid distractions, form study group etc.
Practice note taking tips, organize, rewrite and review my notes.
Study regularly.
All of the above

10. How many times can a student take the same course in which a student has received a "D" or an "F" grade?
Once
Twice
Three times
As many times as they want
None of the above

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