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Re: What is it like being a college student with P

Posted by Ann78 on February 8, 2009, at 9:54:17

In reply to Re: What is it like being a college student with P, posted by posterchild on February 7, 2009, at 23:16:42

For me I have been successful by taking only the amount of classes I can handle and can succeed. Meaning when I took 12 credits I took two major classes and combined it with less demanding class. To balance things out so I am not overloaded. By listening to my instinct and picking the right instructor makes all the difference. I do have a very high gpa. This has been a very long rocky journey to get my BS in Psychology. I have including this semester five classes to go. I am taking two classes this semester, one is the first part of Human Anatomy and physiology, online which I have assignments to do that why it takes off slight burden off the exams. Also not in my face and overwhelming if I was to sit in the classroom.
I go to a big university, I even have interviewed instructors to find out how there class is set up. I found instructors can very widely among the same subject. The key to going to school is, knowing how much you can handle, asking for help. Also another thing is having a really good support system.




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