Midterm Checklist

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Midterm is a good time to reflect on your classes and prepare for the last half of the term and beyond. Make sure you are ready to move on by clicking on "Yes" or "No" to answer the questions below.

Ready for Midterms?
Yes: You can always check out our Tutoring Services, located on each campus for help with classes and writing papers. If you would like test taking tips or study help, visit any Counseling office and meet with a counselor for assistance.
No: PCC offers a variety of resources to help you prepare for mid-terms and finals. Check out our Tutoring Services, located on each campus for help with classes and writing papers. If you need test taking tips or study help, visit any Counseling office and meet with a counselor for assistance.
Need Help in Your Classes?
Yes: If you are having trouble in a class, make sure to get help before it is too late. Getting to know your instructor and talking with her or him about a problem as soon as you can will help you decide what to do. Academic advisors and counselors can also give you advice on what to do, and the earlier you talk with someone, the more options you have.
No: Did you know that getting to know your instructor can help you better succeed in your classes? Academic advisors and counselors are also here to help get you the resources you need to succeed.
Thinking of Withdrawing From a Class?
Yes: Before you withdraw from a class, make sure to understand all your options and the impact they could have on your student record and account. Week 8 of the term is crucial. The Friday of that week is the last time you can withdraw from a class with a grade of “W”. If you have Financial Aid or any other type of aid make sure to talk with the appropriate office before you withdraw from your class. Withdrawing could impact your aid. Academic Advisors and Counselors can help you figure out with whom you should talk.
No: Prepare for next term by getting an early start on your academic planning. Academic advisors can help you plan your course schedule and counselors can help you discover careers that interest you.
Ready for Next Term?
Yes: Registration for next term will begin while you are still in classes! Be ready for registration by seeing an Academic Advisor for next term or long-term planning. Use the online schedule to get a head start on registration. Also check out the Registration Services channel on the MyPCC Home tab for a step by step registration guide.
No: Registration for next term will begin while you are still in classes! Be ready for registration by going in to see an Academic Advisor for next term or long-term planning. Use the online schedule to get a head start on registration. Also check out the Registration Services channel on the MyPCC Home tab for a step by step registration guide.
Do You Know if You Have Holds?
Yes: Holds can prevent you from registering or accessing your information. To check for holds, log into MyPCC and go to the Registration Services channel on the MyPCC Home tab.
No: Before you can register for next term, or before the term ends, make sure you check your student account for holds. Holds can prevent you from registering or accessing your information. To check for holds, log into MyPCC and go to the Registration Services channel on the MyPCC Home tab.
Have You Checked Your Term Grades?
Yes: Great! Knowing where you are now will give you the information you need to maintain or improve your grade to meet your goals!  Remember, beginning Winter 2010, a revised grading policy goes into effect. You can now choose your grading option at the time of registration.  You can change your grading option electronically or in person through the 8th week of the term. Two options will be available to students electronically Letter Grade (A-F) and Pass/No Pass (P/NP) and audits must be submitted to Registration in person with instructor approval.  See the Grading Policy for more details.
No: Knowing your academic standing in a class helps you identify what you need to do to maintain the grades you want! Beginning Winter 2010, a revised grading policy goes into effect. You can now choose your grading option at the time of registration.  You can change your grading option electronically or in person through the 8th week of the term. Two options will be available to students electronically Letter Grade (A-F) and Pass/No Pass (P/NP) and audits must be submitted to Registration in person with instructor approval.  See the Grading Policy for more details.