High school vs college
Virtual Tours by Students
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Hey, guys, I'm Grady and today will be went over a few things that make high school different from college. One major difference between high school and college is definitely scheduling, for the nice thing about it is that you do have some flexibility and how you set up your schedule pig hours and times that work for you. It's no secret that college is quite a bit harder than high school, and that might reflect your GP A quite a bit, too. It's totally normal for students to have a G p a one whole point lower than what they had before in high school. It just means that it's gonna challenge you a little bit more. You have to panic like I did when you first get here, and your GPA is lower than what you wanted to be. Another great thing about college is that there's lots of clubs and organizations and also Greek life to get involved with on campus, and you could have a lot of fun and meet a lot of really cool people as well. In college or in the classroom, a lot less than what you would be for high school, as you typically only have one of three classes per day, and usually those classes were only like an hour long, so you have a lot more free time during the day. Also you need to study a lot more for your classes and when you do in high school. So I highly recommend prioritizing that time that we can use it to study, and you will have to save this way tonight. So while there are many challenges of college academics, there's also a lot of benefits as well. One of these things smaller class sizes, typically co they're 16 students for classroom. That leaves lots of time for class indiscretion and one on one time with Esther's. Well, typically, student Sicko gets another professors pretty well. It's always really fun to drop by her office, and she always gives me a really great advice. Well, these are just a few things that may call a ship on the high school. There's a lot more, and it could be challenging sometimes, but I wouldn't trade the experience I had here.