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(answered) – 1. Read the “Strange Choices” case study on p. 220 of On Course.DescriptionSolution downloadThe Question1. ?Read the “Strange Choices” case study on p. 220 of?On Course.??Discuss your choice for the professor whose student made the strangest choice, and speculate about why this student made the choice. Dive deeper than obvious answers such as “He’s probably just shy.” Why do you suppose he is shy? What past experiences might have made him this way? What might the inner conversation of his Inner Critic and Inner Defender sound like? What emotions might he often feel? What beliefs might he have about himself, other people, or the world? In what other circumstances (e.g., work, relationships, health) might a similar choice sabotage his success?If your opinions are influenced by an experience that happened to you or someone you know, be sure to tell about that experience in your explanation.?2. ?We adopted many of our present beliefs during our childhoods. We learned these beliefs from our parents and other significant adults. These beliefs (some empowering us, some limiting us) often remain unconscious and in control what we do, think, and feel. Identify one or more of your limiting beliefs(refer to the?list?if necessary), discuss how you may have come to believe it, and explain how it has limited you in the past. Finally, explain what you plan to do to revise this belief so that you can change the outcome of your future.?3. ?After reading “Wise Choices in College: Taking Tests,” choose the one test-taking strategy you think will help you the most to be academically successful in college. Explain your choice. In your discussion, share the approaches to test taking you have used in the past and how well they have worked for you. If your reason for choosing the strategy is influenced by an experience that happened to you or someone you know, be sure to tell about that experience in your explanation.

(answered) – 1. Read the “Strange Choices” case study on p. 220 of On Course.

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