My Creative Writing Major Experience at Susquehanna with Calli
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For creative writing classes are typically workshop based. So you'll be writing creating work and then hearing from your peers, how, how the readers interpret your work. It's a great way to get some feedback and become a better writer. You also just take some english classes to help hone your writing skills and that's the same taught by faculty. The help of TVs on occasion and I would say the workload for both of them is fairly standard, just as long as you can time manager and I think it's definitely manageable. I'd say the biggest difference between high school and college academics is just that in college there's no one there to tell you remember this is due tomorrow or you have a paper due in three days. It's really up to you to maintain your work and to get everything done in a timely manner.