Classes at uofr
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I would like to be very honest with you and just tell you they hear the University of Rochester academics are pretty rigorous and very academically challenging. There are many resource is they could take advantage of to get through classes. Let me remind the majoring in business and Polly side some. The class I'm taking this semester, our interest, economics, math issue. I'll possibly walk you through all those classes in the moment, but with respect to math has won the class I'm struggling with. I really, like take advantage of some of the services we have You on campus, such as office hours. I really like to go to my professor's office hours, talk about the homework, possibly get some help with whatever is happening in class. I also really like to go to our tutoring services that really help out with just walking through the homework and help me get through the class. So these are some of the resource we have you on campus there. Although academics is a big part of University of Rochester. I just want to say beforehand that we have the resources to help yard, even when it is very challenging. So right now I walk into my economics lecture, and this is probably the weirdest yet most entertaining class have taking. So hopefully get some footage of the class and to anyone who's actually decided to go to the University of Rochester. I highly recommend taking this class just because our professors, let's say unorthodox teaching really makes economics interesting so well, flicking its approach of the class a certain route. Soon I'm off to my Chinese class to hopefully get the footage of that as well. So as you have seen, I have a different number of people in my classes. For example, in my interest economics Koss, about fifty to one hundred people might let your hole with my Chinese class have about ten to twenty people, is because the University of Rochester is not so large of a school or about medium size. That would like to say that we have about six to seven thousand undergrads. You'll get a different number of people in your class is so in some you'll get large lecture hall. We get up to two hundred four hundred people while in some seminar based class and more discussion based class that you get about ten to twenty people really get to connect with your professors and get to know your classmates. As an example, would like to use my history American capitalism class. There's a class I'm taking this semester, and there is more of a discussion based class where have ten to twenty people in the class where I can really get to know my professor, who's a great lad, really help me on with stuff and also get to know the classmates down with so as you can see here, the university rocks so you get a wide range of different classes. Lecture halls was, well, a smaller high school style classes.