Students should focus only on strengths and weaknesses that apply specifically to their fields of study, naming specific strengths they have that apply to the field and naming weaknesses that have minimal importance in t... More »

Some adjectives that describe strengths include "adventurous," "decisive," "passionate," "brilliant," "versatile" and "self-assured"; some adjectives that describe weaknesses include "dreary," "insensitive," "short-tempe... More »

Strengths listed on a resume should begin with job-related skills and qualities but should also include highlights that are not typically associated with current or desired employment. Having a well-rounded strengths pro... More »

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To choose a college major, make a realistic assessment or your own strengths, weaknesses, goals, values and preferences, and research college majors that interest you. An understanding of the job market of the future is ... More »

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Choose a professor to go to for academic assistance by looking through faculty listings and evaluating a professor's expertise in a field, teaching skill and reputation with other students, and then contacting the profes... More »

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A common early goal for a student is to identify a program and to outline a course of study. A longer-term goal for students starting a degree program is to graduate. In a given semester, a student may have goals of pass... More »

New Jersey Institute of Technology fields teams in 10 varsity sports as of September 2015: baseball, basketball, cross-country, fencing, lacrosse, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field and volleyball. The ... More »

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