Virtual Tours by Students
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I want to say goodbye and that it's been nice and bites, I guess, would be time management. With classes here, you'll find that you have minimum of maybe four classes each semester. You can go up to eighteen credits, but there's fifteen that are required, and usually that's roughly around like four classes out. I think five, I think five freshman year, but they go down as you advance. I'm only gonna have four, um, four classes to each semester because I had college credits from on high school. So if you took, like any college credits in school, they can't count towards your liberal arts elective, which is pretty neat. I psychology class classes such as that, and you can get those taken off if you had some credits from high school. Otherwise, back to time management, I would say, Make sure you really get your assignments done. I know you want to have a college life, but you're really going to want to save time to do your projects because get a lot from like each class. Will you get one assignment from each class? But because you have so many classes, you'll end up having a pile of, like homework, and you really want to get them done because you don't want to have ask any of these classes. You really want to put your best effort so that the end of the class you could have a nice cohesive portfolio, and you don't want to have to go back at projects and finish incomplete one. You might as well just get them done for that assignment. That way, you can just keep stacking up your portfolio. Um, even if you're a commuter, you might want to, like, get involved with clubs. There's like a lot of systems, a lot of games, my favorite club, hands down. Thanks for sticking around with me and have a nice day.