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This work focuses on two constructs that intervene in the construction that high school students do about themselves, concerning their academic decisions. The first is expectations, as an essential element, in terms of what students want to do in their academic activity and in which several personal and context elements affect, which will help (or not) to achieve it. From this, we believe it is necessary also to consider the intentionality, to generate concrete actions towards the achievement of the academic goals. The objective of this study is to reflect on the joint contribution that expectations and intentions have in the academic decisions of high school students. With this purpose, we revise different theoretical approaches and research advances on the subject through a documentary review. The preceding hopefully will let us contribute, in our role as educators, to the understanding of the decisions that students take to face challenges and take better advantage of the opportunities of this educational level towards academic success.
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