My five most significant strengths that would contribute to me graduating would be first, having parents who taught me to be self reliant. Second, my own level of motivation would play a big role here. Then my own personal intelligence is definitely a factor in graduating, and especially with graduating and keeping good grades. Self-determination is another big successor that makes a big difference when attending college, especially when doing it through a Distance Learning program. Last but not least, I would say my ability and/or desire to sacrifice what I am before completing college, for what I can become after graduating from college.
As for the second question:
I would like to be able to announce that I graduated with a degree in IT, not because of the Schooling, but because of how interested I am in the field. I am good at helping other people understand things that might confuse them at first, so I would say a college contribution would be about me helping classmates. My overall biggest achievement with college is definitely the idea of graduating. This is very important to me, so I see no room for failure.
College achievements could include but are not limited to; always turning in assignments on time, creating the best work that I knew I could possibly create, and/or winning any prestigious awards for attendance or academic success. I find it hard to answer this question in as much detail as I would like. This is because of the fact that I have just begun my college courses, and I don’t feel like making up achievements will get me any closer to actually doing so. I feel that the best thing I can do to succeed is to do my best, study, concentrate, and stay committed. In a nutshell, that is my recipe for success and achievement in any type of situation that I come across in life in general.