Jorge Llivichuzhca Academic Advising 1. It is extremely important that you recognize that academic advising is not a one-way street, but rather, a collaborative educational process. In your own words but based on a reading in this section of HuskyCT, explain how. Advising is very different in college from high school because advisers are there reflect our ideas and help us get where we want but they are not there to do everything for us. It is our responsibility to look for the answers and to work along with our academic advisor in order get the best out of our college career. 2. If Advising is not just about getting answers from your advisor, what exactly is it about? It is about reflecting our ideas and finding out what are our weakness and strengths. It is also about working as a team to find more opportunities. 3. Under which of the following conditions should you contact your advisor? -- You are unsure about requirements. -- You are doing poorly in your classes. -- You would like to change your major. -- You are thinking about dropping a class. -- All of the above. -- None of the above. 4. Which of the following is not your responsibility as a student and advisee: -- To schedule regular appointments or make regular contacts with advisor during each semester. -- To be aware of degree requirements and how/where to access them. -- To clarify your personal values and goals and provide your advisor with accurate information regarding your interests and abilities. -- All of the above are student (advisee) responsibilities.
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