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Please read and rank your agreement with the following statements (1 - disagree, 2 - somewhat disagree, 3 - somewhat agree, 4 - agree).

  1 - I disagree. 2 - I somewhat disagree. 3 - I somewhat agree. 4 - I agree.
I have firm convictions and I can back them up with logic and information.
I don't really question what my professors say; they're the authorities in the field.
Professors try to make classes more difficult than they need to be.
Answers aren't in textbooks for a reason-- students are supposed to come up with their own answers.
I wish professors would just tell me what I need to know; they usually confuse me.
There are a lot points of view that I just don't understand-- how can people think some of the things they believe are okay?
Even though people disagree about facts and opinions, I don't think any question can really have more than one right answer.
Professors often talk about a lot of stuff that isn't directly related to the subject they're teaching. It's nice if you can appreciate it but it usually feels like a waste of time.
I have a good sense of self that's separate from where I am or what I'm doing.
I understand that people may have extenuating circumstances, but that is no reason to violate rules or policies.
I could disagree with a professor on content matter and would feel comfortable speaking with him/her about that.
I think I'm a little more objective in my formal thinking than I have been in the past and I'm more aware of how and what I'm thinking.