One moment where I struggled yet persevered in college was during my first quarter of college when I realized that I wasn’t going to do so well grade-wise. There was one class that I particularly struggled with; it was a science class focusing on the origin and science of the universe. I was not at […]
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Hear from College Planning Specialist Michell Mai
PUSD Ed Center Room 236
The first term can be difficult for many college freshmen. My first quarter away at college was no exception. One of the first classes I took was a lower-division, introductory English class that was being taught by a professor who had only ever instructed Ph.D. candidates before. He ended up using the same syllabus that […]
College courses are definitely different from high school classes. Depending on the person, they can be ten times more challenging or they can be manageable. Regardless, they are more demanding. By this I mean that it takes a lot of effort to make things work. In high school, I was a student who earned mostly A’s […]