Self-assessment Subjects

SUPPORT EXERCISE

"Proposals for action to improve performance"

Use a tab like the one we presented in the exercise that will help you specify your action proposals for performance improvement. Check the form every week and make the appropriate modifications. It's about being aware of what is done and improving the way you do it. Adjust your level of self-demand to go step by step increasing the effort. Be flexible, but not too much. Think positive and strive.

Date:
Subject:
Final grade goal:
My attitude towards the subject:
Taking advantage of classes:
Weekly dedication time:
Actions to be taken:
Exam preparation:
Next exam objective:
Depending on the results:

For example: 

In the month of December, a 2nd-year Baccalaureate student aims to obtain a final average grade of 8.00 in the Mathematics course.

Date:

10/12/2019

Subject:

Mathematics

Final grade goal:

8,00

My attitude towards the subject:

I do not need it for my future studies, but I need to get good grades to access the University Degree I want. I find it difficult and I have trouble understanding some things. I don't like it, although the teacher explains well. I am aware that if I don't keep it up to date, I won't be able to approve it.

Taking advantage of classes:

Maximum attention so I don’t get lost later at home when I do the exercises. Take good notes so I don't have to clean them up. Review the exercises that are corrected and redo those that are wrong. Advance in class all I can to have less work at home. Always ask when I don’t understand something.

Weekly dedication time:

3 sessions of:

  • 40 minutes on Tuesdays from 17:00 to 17:40 (exercises and doubts)
  • 40 minutes on Thursdays from 20:20 to 21:00 (exercises and doubts)
  • 1 hour on Sunday afternoon (weekly review/study)
Actions to be taken:
  • Remember every day that I want to study Nursing and therefore I have to get good grades.
  • Do all the exercises proposed by the teacher.
  • Make formula sheet "cheat sheet" to memorize easier.
  • Review everything given in theory this week and in the previous ones on Sunday time.
Exam preparation:

Prepare three days in advance by dedicating at least two hours each day.

Next exam objective:

8,oo

Depending on the results:

7.5 or more: congratulate me, feel great, tell everyone, go out to celebrate until late…, and continue with the same strategy.

5,0 - 7,5: continue as before but with more intensity and concentration, talk to the teacher to see where the mistakes are and if necessary increase the time of dedication.

Less than 5: seek help from a classmate or private teacher, leave the gym on Mondays and spend another hour studying at 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., leave your cell phone in another room while studying and turn it off at 23:00 to sleep 8 hours.

Do you want to get more out of your effort?

Take the test, assess, decide and take action:

  • You and your conditions. 
  • Your motivation and your goals.
  • Your strategies to face the study. 
  • Your self-assessment and your way of facing the results.