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Individual Education Plan Worksheet This document is available at http://honors.njit.edu/academics/iepworksheet.doc . Please download it from here to your computer and fill it out using MS Word or compatible word-processing program. Submit in hard copy or electronically. Your name: Mehar Ghei 1. Educational Plan I. Your Major: BME II. Second major? N/A III. Minor? Biology or Math 2. Your Educational Goals and How You Will Achieve Them I. Have a GPA of no lower than 3.7. Study hard and organize my study time well. Get tutoring if I need it. Take part in study groups. Have good study habits. I. Get into a good Medical School. Study hard to get a good GPA. Practice a lot to get a good MCAT score. Get involved in research or Co-OPs. I. Have an active and healthy social life and hobbies. Have good time management skills.
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Unformatted text preview: Go to social events. • Take art classes. • Play guitar during breaks between studying. 3. Course of study, by semester. (On separate sheet) 4. Honors Courses - See the course requirements at honors.njit.edu/students/requirements/courses.php Group A (8 courses, except 4 courses for B. Arch. students) Minor, 2nd major, and graduate courses may be substituted, up to a total of 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Group B (1 course) Group C (1 course) Group D (1 course) 5. Research, Projects, Internships, Co-op-Look for research in Stem cells 6. Leadership Development Plan-Become an officer of a club. 7. Service to the Honors College and NJIT a. Service goals-Take part in the Honors Social Committee -Honors Retreat 8. BS/MS, Graduate Education 9. Any additional goals or activities...
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