Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, c, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
The skills needed to succeed in college are very different from those required in high school.
In addition to study skills that may be new to students, there will also be everyday living skills that students may not have had to use before.
– know how to handle everyday living skills such as doing laundry, paying bills, balancing a checkbook, cooking, getting the oil changed in the car, etc.
– be familiar and compliant with medical needs regarding medication and health problems. If ongoing medical and/or psychological treatment is needed, arrangements should be made in advance to continue that care while the student is away at college.
– understand that the environmental, academic, and social structure provided by parents and teachers will not be in place in college. With this lack of structure comes an increased need for responsibility in decision-making and goal-setting.
– know how to interact appropriately with instructors, college staff, roommates, and peers. Appropriate social interaction and communication are essential at the college level of education.
– be comfortable asking for help when needed. The transition from high school to college can be overwhelming socially and academically. Students should know when they need help and should be able to reach out and ask for that help.
According to the writer, if students want to have medical treatment, they should ____.
be familiar with medical needs
meet their parents
According to the writer, if students want medical treatment, they should ________.
A. Let’s go
B. Acquaintance with medical needs
D. Meet my parents
=> Evidence: If ongoing medical and/or psychological treatment is needed, arrangements should be made in advance to continue that care while the student is away at college.
If ongoing medical and/or psychological treatment is needed, prior arrangements should be made to continue that care while the student attends college.