Maryam at Saint Michael's College
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I'm originally from Iraq and I came to the U. S about four years ago when I lived in when was give her mom ever since, which is about 10 minutes away from campus. Today I will be talking about why I trust a mix to be my home for the next four years. The things I love about saying mix and the things I appreciate most about being a student at ST Mix. Very since I came to the U. S. And I visited same mix. I was 100% sure because I was also interested in UVM. But I know you might not be a great fit for me because it's a big school and I don't feel comfortable being 100 or more students in the same classroom. What I like about saying Mike's now that it's a small school which makes you more noticeable, and you get more one on one help from professors. Speaking of that, professors here I see Mike's are pretty accessible, and they answer their emails as soon as possible, which is really great for this time since everything is online. What I appreciate the most about saying mix is that when I needed help at the beginning of the semester and until now with my assignments, quizzes and exams, because English is not my first language and I haven't been here for a while. Professors were more than happy to help me and more than welcome Thio at extra time on quizzes and exams for me. They helped me with the parts that I struggle with on my assignment. There are some tutors that I scheduled some time to meet with when I when I need help with my homework assignments or a part that I struggle with. So this is really help me move on in the semester and help me move forward. Um, let's move on now and talk about what classes I'm taking the semester. As I said before, I am major in pre pharmacy, and this semester I'm taking 4.5 classes, and these classes are pre calculus U. S. History. Why do you want 51 in general chemistry as well as Kamath. Each are four credits except math, which is half class. Um, even though I have 4.5 classes, I have pretty flexible schedule. I have my classes in the morning and afternoon, and I do most of my studies at night. I work on Friday and Sunday on on Saturday, I try to go out with my friends or spend some me time or hang out with my family. What's nice about, say, mix is that they're 40 clubs and organizations that help you get involved in the community and find your passion. Due to covert 19, I wasn't able to participate in any club system. I'm hoping next semester to join some clubs on one of the clubs is move movies, a club that helps students go out of their comfort zone and help each other work together and to participate in local programs answering with strips. So in the end, I'm so happy that I chose a mix to be my school, and I wish you the best of luck with your journey, and I hope to see you soon.