Meeting Reflection

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My meeting with Betsy went very well today! I enjoyed talking about my different goals and what I can do to achieve them. I actually learned a lot from this meeting today. I was never informed of the free tutoring until Betsy had told me about it. I always thought people had to pay for tutoring and only athletes received it for free. I will definitely use this tool to my full advantage. It will help me a lot next semester because my schedule is packed with six classes. I am worried that I will have a lot of stress next semester, but Betsy ensured me that there are many resources available to ease the stress. Also, I think I will take some requirement classes at my local community college during summer. The cost will be cheaper and the credits can transfer. The business school has many requirements so by taking a class or two over the summer, I can knock out some credits out of the way.

From this meeting, I also decided to do something different next semester. I will make sure I visit my professors during office hours. Betsy told me that going to office hours and making sure professors know whom you are will have such a great benefit. She shared her own personal experience with how her grade went from an A- to an A by building a relationship with her professor. I never really knew how much of an impact going to office hours would make until today. Although it does depend on the professor of course, I learned that most of them will bump up your grade is you’re borderline. I will make sure to build a relationship with my professors next semester by visiting them during office hours so they know who I am.
Overall, I had a lot of fun chatting with Betsy during the meeting. It didn’t even feel like a meeting at all, but more like just chitchatting with a friend. I didn’t think I would gain so much information in an hour that will be very useful. I am glad that I got to…...

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