Part 1: Early Experiences

Transition into UC Berkeley
Academic and Personal Development
Campus Climate for Diversity
Berkeley Plans
Future Plans and Aspirations
High School Experiences

Transition into UC Berkeley

Please rate the start of your Berkeley experience by completing the following statement. Overall, I am off to ...

a great start 127 23%
a very good start 168 30%
a good start 187 34%
just an OK start 66 12%
not a good start 7 1%

As you begin your academic career at UC Berkeley, what is your level of agreement or disagreement with the statements below. Click here if you would like to review definitions of diversity and academic dishonesty.

Strongly disagreeDisagreeSomewhat disagreeSomewhat agreeAgreeStrongly agree
I feel valued as an individual on this campus 9 24 55 168 220 59
2% 5% 10% 31% 41% 11%
I am proud to be a student at this campus 5 1 5 43 163 318
1% 0% 1% 8% 31% 59%
This institution values students' opinions 6 9 27 119 245 127
1% 2% 5% 22% 46% 24%
Academic dishonesty is a problem on this campus 55 213 141 74 26 20
10% 40% 27% 14% 5% 4%
I feel that I belong at UC Berkeley 11 12 45 161 202 102
2% 2% 8% 30% 38% 19%
This campus values diversity 8 9 20 78 189 230
2% 2% 4% 15% 35% 43%
Diversity is important to me 8 8 15 59 179 265
2% 2% 3% 11% 34% 50%

What is your level of agreement or disagreement with the statements below?

Strongly disagreeDisagreeSomewhat disagreeSomewhat agreeAgreeStrongly agree
Opportunities to engage in community service while a UC Berkeley student are important to me 3 11 26 96 193 172
1% 2% 5% 19% 39% 34%
Opportunities to connect my academic work with community-based experience at UC Berkeley are important to me 3 5 9 84 202 198
1% 1% 2% 17% 40% 40%
It's important to me to work toward goals that are larger than simply making money or acquiring prestige 4 4 11 55 157 270
1% 1% 2% 11% 31% 54%
It's important to me to make good choices while at UC Berkeley 3 3 5 23 130 334
1% 1% 1% 5% 26% 67%

Using the scale from 1 to 6 below, please indicate how true each of the following statements is of you.

Not at all true of me (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)Very true of me (6)
When I take on a new task, I make a plan with clear and measurable goals that must be reached before completion 9 31 87 149 148 78
2% 6% 17% 30% 30% 16%
I regularly monitor how I am doing in order to gauge how well I'm progressing toward my goals 10 19 79 152 146 95
2% 4% 16% 30% 29% 19%
I reflect on my existing commitments before I decide to take on new tasks so I don't get overwhelmed 11 25 63 114 175 112
2% 5% 13% 23% 35% 22%
I find courses so interesting that I do more work than is required 32 78 128 127 86 51
6% 16% 26% 25% 17% 10%
I substantially revise papers before submitting to be graded 10 45 82 143 121 100
2% 9% 16% 29% 24% 20%

To what extent do you agree that each of the following resources has helped with your transition into UC Berkeley? If you did not participate in the service listed, please select "N/A" in the left column.

N/A; DID NOT USE THIS SERVICEStrongly disagreeDisagreeSomewhat disagreeSomewhat agreeAgreeStrongly agree
Cal Student Orientation (CalSO) 53 11 15 27 107 141 119
- 3% 4% 6% 26% 34% 28%
Getting Your Bearings activities - (New Student Convocation, Caltopia, Calapalooza, Bear Pact, Bear Perspectives, The Big Night) 22 9 23 35 152 157 82
- 2% 5% 8% 33% 34% 18%
New Student Services website 194 12 31 36 114 65 24
- 4% 11% 13% 40% 23% 9%
Cal Student Central ("Sproul" - one-stop-shop) 139 19 21 35 136 87 45
- 6% 6% 10% 40% 25% 13%
Cal Central (Student portal information dashboard) 16 13 26 28 122 145 121
- 3% 6% 6% 27% 32% 27%
Summer workshops or webinars hosted by a UCB office 395 6 5 12 35 15 13
- 7% 6% 14% 41% 17% 15%
Freshmen Edge (Summer Sessions) 429 2 6 4 18 8 16
- 4% 11% 7% 33% 15% 30%
Global Edge 445 2 4 4 13 6 9
- 5% 11% 11% 34% 16% 24%
Fall Program for Freshmen 4 19 16 36 76 171 160
- 4% 3% 8% 16% 36% 34%
Summer Bridge 437 2 5 3 9 8 13
- 5% 13% 8% 23% 20% 33%
CE3 Transfer Student Center 444 1 6 5 11 4 5
- 3% 19% 16% 34% 13% 16%
CE3 Undocumented Student Program - (Academic Counselors, Dreamers Resource Center, Legal Support, etc.) 450 1 3 3 10 10 7
- 3% 9% 9% 29% 29% 21%
CE3 Educational Opportunity Program - (Academic counseling, fee waivers, etc. Serving first-generation, low-income, or historically underrepresented students) 405 4 4 6 23 21 22
- 5% 5% 8% 29% 26% 28%
Other CE3 Programs - (Berkeley Hope Scholars, Cal Veteran Services Center, Re-entry Student Program, Student Parent Center) 450 1 4 5 10 8 7
- 3% 11% 14% 29% 23% 20%
A 98 or 198 course for new students 436 1 5 6 11 13 9
- 2% 11% 13% 24% 29% 20%

(...continued) To what extent do you agree that each of the following resources has helped with your transition into UC Berkeley? If you did not participate in the service listed, please select "N/A" in the left column.

N/A; DID NOT USE THIS SERVICEStrongly disagreeDisagreeSomewhat disagreeSomewhat agreeAgreeStrongly agree
Berkeley International Office 427 2 5 6 15 12 6
- 4% 11% 13% 33% 26% 13%
Academic Achievement Program Center (Includes Posse, McNair, Miller, & Sage Scholars Programs, Cal NERDS) 438 1 4 2 10 12 5
- 3% 12% 6% 29% 35% 15%
Athletic Study Center 441 1 5 4 9 7 6
- 3% 16% 13% 28% 22% 19%
Disabled Students Program 437 1 5 1 11 8 9
- 3% 14% 3% 31% 23% 26%
Gender Equity Resource Center (LGBTQ, Women/Men, Sexual/Relationship Violence Advocacy & Education) 418 1 3 3 17 13 15
- 2% 6% 6% 33% 25% 29%
Multicultural Student Development (African American Student Development, Asian Pacific American Student Development, Chicanx Latinx Student Development, Multicultural Community Center, Multicultural Immigrant Student Program, Native American Student Development) 417 1 5 5 22 14 12
- 2% 9% 9% 37% 24% 20%
A Multicultural Recruitment & Retention Center (e.g., Black Recruitment & Retention Center, Raza Recruitment & Retention Center) 431 1 3 4 12 12 10
- 2% 7% 10% 29% 29% 24%
Student Learning Center 323 2 3 5 47 51 41
- 1% 2% 3% 32% 34% 28%
Residence Hall Staff (Resident Directors, Resident Assistants, Theme Program Advisors) 103 6 10 20 115 153 65
- 2% 3% 5% 31% 42% 18%
Residential Education (Res. Ed.) (Includes Tutoring, Resident Faculty Programs, Academic Support) 329 6 6 14 44 50 26
- 4% 4% 10% 30% 34% 18%
Another Berkeley student 31 2 1 8 79 162 193
- 0% 0% 2% 18% 36% 43%
A family member 94 8 10 25 91 121 120
- 2% 3% 7% 24% 32% 32%
A UC Berkeley major/ departmental advisor 267 6 21 19 59 66 39
- 3% 10% 9% 28% 31% 19%
A UC Berkeley College advisor (e.g., Letters & Science, Natural Resources) 200 17 20 24 88 83 44
- 6% 7% 9% 32% 30% 16%

Please share with us any additional information regarding your transition into UC Berkeley, and the resources you found helpful, particularly those not asked about above:

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Academic and Personal Development

Please rate your current level of proficiency in the following areas.

Very poorPoorFairGoodVery goodExcellent
Analytical and critical thinking skills 2 4 58 157 176 57
0% 1% 13% 35% 39% 13%
Ability to be clear and effective when writing 3 12 72 163 144 59
1% 3% 16% 36% 32% 13%
Ability to read and comprehend academic material 2 9 61 163 151 64
0% 2% 14% 36% 34% 14%
Understanding of a specific field of study 2 4 64 163 162 56
0% 1% 14% 36% 36% 12%
Quantitative (mathematical and statistical) skills 6 18 94 151 112 71
1% 4% 21% 33% 25% 16%
Oral communication skills 6 22 64 159 117 85
1% 5% 14% 35% 26% 19%
Ability to understand international perspectives (economic, political, social, cultural) 3 15 64 133 151 87
1% 3% 14% 29% 33% 19%
Leadership skills 7 13 75 123 140 95
2% 3% 17% 27% 31% 21%
Ability to suspend judgment based on cultural differences when interacting with others 2 4 41 100 168 137
0% 1% 9% 22% 37% 30%
Ability to work with people from other cultures 2 2 11 80 171 187
0% 0% 2% 18% 38% 41%
Ability to collaborate (e.g., team participation, group work) well with others 4 3 32 91 177 144
1% 1% 7% 20% 39% 32%

Very poorPoorFairGoodVery goodExcellent
Library and online information research skills (e.g., finding books, articles, evaluating information sources) 9 29 98 161 105 51
2% 6% 22% 36% 23% 11%
Ability to design, conduct, and evaluate research 4 42 113 157 95 43
1% 9% 25% 35% 21% 10%
Ability to prepare and make a presentation 5 6 68 156 141 76
1% 1% 15% 35% 31% 17%
Interpersonal skills 3 11 61 132 153 93
1% 2% 14% 29% 34% 21%
Linguistic and cultural competency in at least one language other than my own 27 57 72 114 90 93
6% 13% 16% 25% 20% 21%

As a beginning UC Berkeley student, how would you rate your competencies below?

Very poorPoorFairGoodVery goodExcellent
Portraying information in ways that make it easier to interpret 2 9 67 180 141 52
0% 2% 15% 40% 31% 12%
Drawing insights based on quantitative analysis of data 3 13 83 179 120 53
1% 3% 18% 40% 27% 12%
Making qualified conclusions based on quantitative data 3 12 82 181 125 47
1% 3% 18% 40% 28% 10%
Ability to apply theories or methods from one discipline to another 3 11 78 176 130 53
1% 2% 17% 39% 29% 12%
Ability to explore complex issues in original ways 5 22 92 169 112 47
1% 5% 21% 38% 25% 11%

Indicate how important each of the following college goals is to you:

Not importantSomewhat importantVery important
Finding direction for my life 5 57 390
1% 13% 86%
Become an innovative thinker 3 91 359
1% 20% 79%
Discover what kind of person I really want to be 11 68 373
2% 15% 83%
Develop a personal code of values and ethics 20 114 316
4% 25% 70%
Prepare for graduate or professional school 27 116 310
6% 26% 68%
Obtain the skills I need to pursue my chosen career 6 47 399
1% 10% 88%
Obtain the skills I need to function in the international arena 40 149 261
9% 33% 58%

While attending UC Berkeley, how often would you like to...

NeverRarelyOccasionallySomewhat oftenOftenVery often
Advocate for ideas or solutions that you believe in but may be unpopular or risky 8 34 115 107 124 57
2% 8% 26% 24% 28% 13%
Work with others on tasks that may at first seem difficult or even impossible 3 13 71 113 158 85
1% 3% 16% 26% 36% 19%
Initiate and develop interactions with students who are different (e.g. culturally, ethnically, socioeconomically, politically) 1 2 33 68 176 163
0% 1% 7% 15% 40% 37%
Interact with students from a country or state outside your own in social settings (e.g., in clubs or student organizations, or in informal settings) 1 3 23 61 167 189
0% 1% 5% 14% 38% 43%
Develop a friendship with a student from a country or state outside of your own 2 2 19 46 164 210
1% 1% 4% 10% 37% 47%
Attend lectures, symposia, workshops or conferences on international/global topics 6 14 64 94 141 121
1% 3% 15% 21% 32% 28%
Attend a performance with an international/global focus 4 26 68 91 135 118
1% 6% 15% 21% 31% 27%

What are your values and beliefs with regards to your interaction with other students while attending UC Berkeley? Please tell us your level of agreement with the following statements:

Strongly disagreeDisagreeSomewhat disagreeSomewhat agreeAgreeStrongly agree
I believe that exposure to students from other states and countries will help me interact effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures 3 1 6 50 160 218
1% 0% 1% 11% 37% 50%
I believe that exposure to students from other states and countries will help me be more open to and understanding of different opinions and points of view 2 2 7 48 155 222
1% 1% 2% 11% 36% 51%

How important to you are the following aspects of being an undergraduate at a research university like UC Berkeley?

Not important at allNot very importantSomewhat importantImportantVery importantEssential
Learning about faculty research 6 22 52 125 122 109
1% 5% 12% 29% 28% 25%
Having courses with faculty members who refer to their own research as part of the class 7 28 83 129 106 83
2% 6% 19% 30% 24% 19%
Learning research methods 4 15 23 114 145 134
1% 3% 5% 26% 33% 31%
Assisting faculty members in their research, for pay or as a volunteer 6 14 35 105 137 141
1% 3% 8% 24% 31% 32%
Pursuing your own research 6 26 52 117 117 118
1% 6% 12% 27% 27% 27%
Working with a faculty member on a project with an international/global theme 6 34 66 122 118 92
1% 8% 15% 28% 27% 21%
Presenting a paper at a symposium or conference or participating in a panel on international / global topics 16 52 83 121 90 74
4% 12% 19% 28% 21% 17%

Campus Climate for Diversity

Please indicate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements in terms of yourself. Answer only those items that apply to you.

Strongly disagreeDisagreeSomewhat disagreeSomewhat agreeAgreeStrongly agree
I feel free to express my political beliefs on campus 8 8 33 79 161 142
2% 2% 8% 18% 37% 33%
I feel free to express my religious beliefs on campus 8 8 30 81 151 150
2% 2% 7% 19% 35% 35%
Students of my race/ethnicity are respected on this campus 6 7 24 51 183 158
1% 2% 6% 12% 43% 37%
Students of my socio-economic status are respected on this campus 8 5 21 66 174 155
2% 1% 5% 15% 41% 36%
Students of my gender are respected on this campus 1 2 20 69 183 156
0% 1% 5% 16% 43% 36%
Students of my religious beliefs are respected on this campus 3 8 31 56 183 144
1% 2% 7% 13% 43% 34%
Students of my political beliefs are respected on this campus 8 7 23 53 175 165
2% 2% 5% 12% 41% 38%
Students of my sexual orientation are respected on this campus 2 2 10 34 185 195
1% 1% 2% 8% 43% 46%
Students of my immigration background are respected on this campus 5 6 12 48 178 167
1% 1% 3% 12% 43% 40%
Students with a physical, psychological, or learning disability like mine are respected on this campus 2 6 19 59 170 137
1% 2% 5% 15% 43% 35%

Please select your level of agreement with the following statements.

Overall, I feel comfortable with the climate for diversity and inclusiveness at UC Berkeley.

Strongly disagree 21 5%
Disagree 11 3%
Somewhat disagree 16 4%
Somewhat agree 72 17%
Agree 193 45%
Strongly agree 120 28%

Overall, I feel comfortable with the climate for diversity and inclusiveness in my major.

Strongly disagree 15 5%
Disagree 19 7%
Somewhat disagree 15 5%
Somewhat agree 66 23%
Agree 115 40%
Strongly agree 57 20%
N/A - I don't have a declared major 0 0%

Overall, I feel comfortable with the climate for diversity and inclusiveness in my classes.

Strongly disagree 20 5%
Disagree 10 2%
Somewhat disagree 20 5%
Somewhat agree 98 23%
Agree 195 45%
Strongly agree 90 21%

Your Berkeley Plans

If you were assured admittance to any major, what major would you choose?

American Studies 2 1%
Anthropology 6 1%
Applied Mathematics 1 0%
Architecture 1 0%
Art 2 1%
Astrophysics 8 2%
BioE/MSE Joint Major 1 0%
Bioengineering 9 2%
Business Administration 76 18%
Chemical Biology 2 1%
Chemical Engineering 4 1%
Chemistry (L&S) 2 1%
Cognitive Science 12 3%
Comparative Literature 2 1%
Computer Science (L&S) 34 8%
Conserv & Resource Stds 1 0%
EECS/MSE Joint Major 1 0%
Economics 17 4%
Electrical Eng & Comp Sci 8 2%
English 5 1%
Environ Econ & Policy 1 0%
Environ Econ & Policy (L&S) 1 0%
Environmental Eng Science 1 0%
Genetics & Plant Biology 1 0%
Global Studies 3 1%
Greek 1 0%
History 4 1%
Integrative Biology 10 2%
Interdisciplinary Studies 2 1%
L&S Computer Science 1 0%
L&S Public Health 4 1%
Legal Studies (L&S) 2 1%
Linguistics 1 0%
MCB-Biochem & Mol Biol 13 3%
MCB-Cell & Dev Biology 6 1%
MCB-Genetics 4 1%
MCB-Immunology 11 3%
MCB-Neurobiology 18 4%
MSE/NE Joint Major 1 0%
Materials Science & Eng 1 0%
Mathematics 3 1%
Mechanical Engineering 4 1%
Media Studies 5 1%
Molecular Environ Biology 1 0%
Music 2 1%
NOT CURRENTLY KNOWN 42 10%
Nut Sci-Physio & Metabol 1 0%
Nutritional Sci-Toxicology 1 0%
Ops Research & Mgmt Sci (L&S) 1 0%
Other, Not listed 1 0%
Peace & Conflict Studies 2 1%
Physics 6 1%
Planetary Science 2 1%
Political Economy 3 1%
Political Science 26 6%
Psychology 17 4%
Public Health (L&S) 17 4%
Slavic Lang & Lit 1 0%
Sociology 10 2%
Spanish-Latin-Amer Lang & Lit 1 0%
Statistics 6 1%

Is that the major with which you expect to graduate?

Yes 327 79%
No 89 21%

IF NO: In which major do you expect to graduate?

African American Studies 1 1%
Applied Mathematics 1 1%
Asian Studies - China 1 1%
Astrophysics 1 1%
BioE/MSE Joint Major 1 1%
Business Administration 5 6%
Cognitive Science 1 1%
Computer Science (L&S) 12 14%
Economics 4 5%
English 1 1%
Environ Econ & Policy 1 1%
Environ Econ & Policy (L&S) 1 1%
Film 1 1%
History 1 1%
Industrial Eng & Ops Rsch 1 1%
Integrative Biology 2 2%
L&S Legal Studies 1 1%
L&S Public Health 2 2%
L&S Social Welfare 1 1%
Linguistics 1 1%
MCB-Biochem & Mol Biol 2 2%
MCB-Immunology 2 2%
MCB-Neurobiology 4 5%
Media Studies 1 1%
NOT CURRENTLY KNOWN 22 25%
Nuclear Engineering 1 1%
Nutritional Science 1 1%
Other, Not listed 1 1%
Peace & Conflict Studies 1 1%
Physics 1 1%
Political Science 3 3%
Psychology 2 2%
Public Health (L&S) 1 1%
Rhetoric 2 2%
Sociology 1 1%
Statistics 3 3%

Please select the top 3 factors in deciding on your major.

First:

Intellectual curiosity in the subject 251 60%
Leads to a high paying job 40 10%
Prepares me for a fulfilling career 79 19%
Parental desires 7 2%
Allows time for other activities 1 0%
Provides international opportunities 9 2%
Prestige 1 0%
Prepares me for graduate/professional school 31 7%
Other (please specify)
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2 1%

Second:

Intellectual curiosity in the subject 64 15%
Leads to a high paying job 69 16%
Prepares me for a fulfilling career 145 34%
Parental desires 7 2%
Allows time for other activities 10 2%
Provides international opportunities 53 13%
Prestige 13 3%
Prepares me for graduate/professional school 58 14%
Other (please specify)
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2 1%

Third:

Intellectual curiosity in the subject 39 9%
Leads to a high paying job 86 21%
Prepares me for a fulfilling career 92 22%
Parental desires 15 4%
Allows time for other activities 29 7%
Provides international opportunities 45 11%
Prestige 29 7%
Prepares me for graduate/professional school 65 16%
Other (please specify)
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20 5%

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree that the following factors influenced your decision to choose UC Berkeley: UC Berkeley would...

Strongly disagreeDisagreeSomewhat disagreeSomewhat agreeAgreeStrongly agree
Challenge and/or change my perspective 5 12 21 90 175 115
1% 3% 5% 22% 42% 28%
Prepare me to succeed in a career 1 2 2 36 161 216
0% 1% 1% 9% 39% 52%
Prepare me to build a better life for myself and/or my family 2 2 3 62 160 188
1% 1% 1% 15% 38% 45%
Teach me to interact effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures 3 11 11 82 174 136
1% 3% 3% 20% 42% 33%
Prepare me to make a difference in this world 1 3 6 59 170 178
0% 1% 1% 14% 41% 43%
Allow me to create own field of study (combine disciplines, create own major, etc.) 11 35 47 107 128 90
3% 8% 11% 26% 31% 22%
Prepare me to get the job I desire 1 1 6 51 163 193
0% 0% 1% 12% 39% 47%
Help increase my social consciousness (e.g., be more aware of diversity in people and issues; doing things for the public good) 3 7 12 68 176 151
1% 2% 3% 16% 42% 36%
Help me to be more open to and understanding of different opinions and points of view (e.g., openness, freedom) 3 8 11 63 173 160
1% 2% 3% 15% 41% 38%

Future Plans & Aspirations

What do you anticipate you will be doing within a year after you graduate?

Be self-employed 4 1%
Enroll in graduate or professional school 191 46%
I have no idea at this point 51 12%
Join Peace Corps 6 1%
Other 2 1%
Paid internship 12 3%
Study or work abroad 12 3%
Take a year off (travel/gap year, etc.) 15 4%
Work full-time 119 29%
Work part-time 6 1%

In what career field do you hope to eventually work after you've completed your education?

Architecture 4 1%
Business/Finance 89 21%
Communications/Arts/Entertainment 20 5%
Education/Teaching 16 4%
Electrical Engineering/Computers 31 7%
Engineering 11 3%
Environmental/Natural Resources 6 1%
Government/Nonprofit/Social Services 20 5%
I have no idea whatsoever 39 9%
Law 35 8%
Medicine 87 21%
Other
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12 3%
Other Health-Related Field 19 5%
Research 28 7%

What is the HIGHEST academic degree or credential that you plan to eventually earn?

Academic master's (MA, MS, etc.) 30 7%
Bachelor's degree (BA, BS, etc.) 35 8%
Business master's (MBA) 71 17%
Doctorate (PhD, EdD, etc.) 82 20%
I don't know yet 59 14%
Law degree (LLB or JD) 32 8%
Medical doctor (MD) 54 13%
Medical doctorate other than MD (DO, DDS, DVM, etc.) 12 3%
Multiple doctoral degrees (MD/PhD) 23 6%
Other professional master's (MEd, MPP, MPH, MFA, MLIS, MSN, MSW, M.ARCH, etc.) 13 3%
Teaching credential 6 1%

High School Experiences

Thinking back over your senior year coursework, how often were you REQUIRED to do the following?

NeverRarelyOccasionallySomewhat oftenOftenVery often
Recognize or recall specific facts, terms and concepts 0 3 24 56 142 184
0% 1% 6% 14% 35% 45%
Explain methods, ideas, or concepts and use them to solve problems 1 7 29 78 147 143
0% 2% 7% 19% 36% 35%
Break down material into component parts or arguments into assumptions to see the basis for different outcomes and conclusions 4 23 54 89 137 100
1% 6% 13% 22% 34% 25%
Judge the value of information, ideas, actions, and conclusions based on the soundness of sources, methods and reasoning 2 17 54 86 142 108
1% 4% 13% 21% 35% 26%
Create or generate new ideas, products or ways of understanding 8 43 65 92 115 86
2% 11% 16% 23% 28% 21%

Thinking back on your senior year, how often did you do each of the following?

NeverRarelyOccasionallySomewhat oftenOftenVery often
Used facts and examples to support your viewpoint 1 2 12 39 143 212
0% 1% 3% 10% 35% 52%
Incorporated ideas or concepts from different courses when completing assignments 3 24 55 83 131 113
1% 6% 13% 20% 32% 28%
Examined how others gathered and interpreted data and assessed the soundness of their conclusions 9 29 51 84 148 87
2% 7% 13% 21% 36% 21%
Reconsidered your own position on a topic after assessing the arguments of others 6 17 53 76 145 111
2% 4% 13% 19% 36% 27%