Justine breaks down the quarter system at ucla
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So I am currently at my apartment, which is actually only two minutes away from the dorms. So if you're looking into apartment around L. A, there are a ton super close to campus. I wanted to talk about what I'm doing right now, and it might be a little lane, because, uh, today was the first day of classes for fall quarter. Well, I haven't started yet, but anyways, I'm going to start reading my text book for this class, and this is for a psychology. It's a little dog, and this class is a title that I think the psychology of learning and behaviour. Yeah, I was like a biology majors, so that's basically, uh, the biology major with some extra psychology courses. Have, like, a psychology class, because I really enjoy psychology. Yeah, it's a nice break from taking the heavy stem classes like biology, math, physics and chemistry. Yeah, I am going to start reading this because even though it's the first day you see Allah is on a quarter system, which means that you only have ten weeks to learn all of the material and all the classes that you're taking, and I usually take around three to four classes. So that's a lot of information squeezed into a short amount of time. I know that as the corner starts to roll out that I'm going to get a lot busier. So I'm just going to try to read and get some work done before I get lazy, too. Vidia s o a pro and con of the quarter system is that will pro it goes by quickly. So if you don't like a professor or you don't like across that you're taking, you only have to deal with it for ten weeks and it goes by so quickly. Which brings us to to the Khan, which is, it goes by so fast. So you really need to keep up and, you know, go to office hours if you're not understanding something. For me, I kind of had a hard time adjusting to the court of system just because it was so fast, and I do not understand how to study for things, but it's definitely helped me learn to focus a lot better and manage my time more and keep things organized. There are pros and cons to everything, so I just wanted to share that with you guys.