1. What does SWOT stand for?

Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats

SWOT is an acronym for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, which is a method used to plan events, businesses, and projects. It is used by companies, organizations, and people (for their own personal decisions).

The "S" part of SWOT represents the strengths, or positive, characteristics of a project. The "W" represents the weaknesses of the project. The "O" represents the opportunities of a project that could be exploited. The "T" represents threats that could bring trouble to the project.


I think we should SWOT out the idea to better analyze the possibilities

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Updated September 29, 2017
2. What does swot mean?

A dedicated student

A Swot is a student that is extremely dedicated to his work. This student is typically nerdy and boring, spending too much time studying.

Swots may be criticized for having little or no social life because of their dedication to schoolwork. Swot can also be used as "swotting," which is a verb that means to study really hard.


He's still studying in his dorm room and said he can't hang out tonight again. Whatever, he can be a swot if he wants

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Updated August 9, 2017

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