I have officially made it through the first two weeks of school! Wooo Hoo!!! I found my classes to be pretty interesting, and I am grateful to have wonderful teachers with cool teaching styles. I love that in all my classes, much of the time the professors use things like videos, interactive discussions, and reading materials to help get the lesson across. The combination of using different media and styles of teaching has definitely helped the information stick so far. The only thing I found challenging was finding a way to keep my parking pass in a place I couldn’t misplace it, and on the first day of school, I actually managed to lose it entirely from the time I backed out of my parking spot on the 6th floor until the time I reached the cashier on the first floor! 🙁 Nevertheless, I have now purchased a new parking pass, I seem to vibe well with my classmates, and my experience has been a great one so far. I am taking Sociology, Psychology, and English Composition this semester. How have your experiences in college been so far guys? What classes are you taking this semester? Has it been easy for you to adapt to being in school after an entire summer off? Please share your insight! 🙂
Its inspiring to read about how well you are doing with school.
So far, for me, its been an uphill battle but I am making strides in the right areas. So I am def grateful for that.
I am studying pre cal, sociology, psychology and survey of science, with a seminar class this semester.
How did you end up doing for the rest of the semester in your classes? I hope you were able to stick to everything and get adjusted to the curriculum even though I know it can definitely be tricky at times. In addition, do you know what classes you will be taking in the Spring?
Thank you for your kind words and support, it is greatly appreciated. 🙂
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