Virtual Tours by Students
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I would say it's very, very, very easy to get along with your professors and definitely even easier to find common ground with. These are individuals who have experience in the industries you seek to pursue, whether professionally or educationally. Hey, they were here in my shoes and hey, I can probably be there and they made it past this. So why can I? And I think a lot of my professors and I could speak for others students outside of my major, even my classes, that I shared with them and say that Professor's a RH they actually do want to help you. It sounds like, Oh, what is this class outside of class? That's really not what it is. It's just extra opportunity to really get the message that they want to stick in your head. And maybe an additional way of receiving that message is getting a more hands on, one on one experience. I remember one day in class, something wasn't sticking with me, and it's a class I was really passionate about. This day I was like, Are you speaking French? Lee, What's going on? But anyway, I went to our office hours and she explained it a different way. She really made sure that the information stuck with me, and we went through example problems, and I actually my next tests. I am now an A student, but back then I would probably say it was about a B C. Student, but my next tests definitely showed those results. I would say Visit office hours, even if you're doing okay in the class to do that much better. Office hours professors get close with your professors. You could get letters of recommendation following the classes. I'm friends with some my professors on Facebook.