Would you help a college student do some research? Read below….
I’m a college student at the University of San Diego who’s conducting a survey for a project that revolves around high school and college students. My goal is to see if high school properly trains students for college life and if college prepares students for post-graduation life. By getting feedback from these surveys, I hope to better understand how students feel during each step of the education process. The goal would be find and address any needs that are currently not being met. On top of this, there are also survey for parents of students in high school/just entering college and a survey for students who have already graduated from college and are transitioning into adult life.
The surveys are short and simple, they also require no personal information. I was wondering if you could post the links to the surveys on your blog so that I could get some most results (I’m about half way done currently). I’ve actually learned some interesting things so far, for example, parents find their children to be very prepared for college; however, many students comment on how they were unprepared for the challenge of living alone and managing their time the first year away from home.
Thank you for the time and consideration.
The links to the surveys can be found below:
High School Student Poll: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NB7DLWPCollege Student Poll: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XFDZPNGPost-Graduation Poll: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZQD292SParents’ Poll: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NTKDMXK
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