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Earning your degree takes dedication, commitment, and time. The motivation that drives you through the tough times and keeps you focused is the foundation for your commitment. Discuss whether your motivations for striving are intrinsic, introjected, identified, or extrinsic. Do you believe your goal of earning a degree is an approach goal or an avoidant goal? Explain your answer.

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    The question is essentially asking you why you are taking college classes. Do you want the positive reinforcement of earning a degree? Or are you avoiding growing up and getting a job?

    Only YOU can answer these questions.

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