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Current available alternatives Non-existent alternatives to develop Do nothing 4. Using the information, rate the alternatives. Using information you have created in step 2, rate your alternatives. Rate your alternatives by how thoroughly they meet your goals as defined in step 1. 5. Make your decision. Things to consider when making a decision: o Change management o Evaluation Use your acquired knowledge!
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I am interested in studying law/criminal justice because I am energized by steady, yet deliberate journey from ignorance competence that law portrays. This energy enables me to thrive in dynamic work environments where I'm asked to take short project assignments and are expected to learn about new subject matters in a short period of time. The process, more than the contents or results, is especially appealing to me. I want to attend and study pre-law at IU because of the prestigious reputation the institution has developed for itself within the professional community. While I am at IU, I will enhance the overall value of the law school because I am an achiever. My achiever theme helps to explain my determination, because I have a constant need for achievement. I also have a strong desire to engage in campus wide activities and clubs because making a difference is a goal of mine. Activities such as case study competitions. I love competing, whether it's in the classroom or in the field, it is invigorating to compete with others. Being as competitive as I am does not equate me to bring others down because I derive satisfaction from pitting myself against good, strong competitors, and winning. When I attend Indiana University and Ivy Tech I have a list of goals that I plan to achieve that will develop me personally and professionally while benefiting my peers and the community.
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