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The three categories of retention are situational, institutional, and dispositional.

How might a community college address one of the three categories of retention? Please respond in 150 works with references.

What are the pros and cons of open access? Should community college students be required to take admission exams and/or placement tests? Why?
Please respond in 150 works with references.

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The three categories of retention are situational, institutional, and dispositional.
How might a community college address one of the three categories of retention?

Retention of students is based on the three given categories: situational, institutional, and dispositional. The categories are meant for university systems to review and match their student applicants on a fair, merit-based system as well as keep in consideration, i.e., university administration's goals for sustaining different departments. Across the country, four years universities and community colleges, work really hard to ...

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