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Prof SquiresPortfolio Entry 1I expect my school to help to the full extent to help me to reach my educational goals to the best of my ability The professors counselors and other faculty should make themselves accessible for the student and not feel bothered if a student comes to them looking for help The school should present information in a timely fashion and keep the students informed of changes and developments of the school Professors and services should be understanding and be sensitive to the fact that these days students have more things on their minds including school The faculty should try to make sure that all services are running smoothly and quickly and provide the needed help to students What My School Should Expect from MeMy school should expect me to be a dedicated student whose goal is to excel at his schoolwork My school also should expect me to be a person that will try his best in all of his work and even though I know that I have some pitfalls in my work that I am not out trying to fail My professors should expect me to be a respectful person but not a person that will be run over or to respectful not to question something that I feel needs attention The school itself should expect me to be a student that likes to be involved and if there is a function I will try my best to be there and lend a hand or supportIf I know that all of my expectations are being met and I know that I am working to the best of my ability I know that I will have a successful college career ahead of meI have a good skill level of defining my reading purpose At the moment I do not have any special things that I do to improve my ability to define my reading purpose but I could start to work
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