Personal experience with academics
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So now I would like to take some time to talk about my personal experiences of academics, doesn't say, and my first year, I mostly taking introductory course for my major. One great thing about the University of Rochester is that you'll have to take general education costs you first semester, you could jump right into the your majors, and the reason being is that instead of the general education class, if we have what we call the cluster system, which essentially taking three different courses and departments outside of your major, so how worse for me? I'm majoring in business and Polly side, which you're within the social sciences department, which means I have to be taking three different classes from natural size department, where I'm taking math and statistic horses and three different classes in the humanities department where I'm taking Chinese classes. For example, I'm taking ICO wanna wait, which is introduction to economics and introductory course for my major court records, of course. I'm taking Chinese, which my cluster course, a humanities course, is always taking math, which is a prerequisite for business and taking his your American capitalism, which is Of course, I'm just aching for fun because I really like history. An additionally, I'm taking a rising leaders class class. There was a community service class we basically get Teo and tracked. So talk about the workload and my major, specifically with economics. Well, some of the things we do is basically have writing papers and research assignments every week. Do you want Sunday with math? We have like a white set of problems every week that we'd have to do for history and the community service class. It's mostly reading based, So reading is mostly the only home we that we have and for my Chinese class is the home where that we have is basically back to seem speaking, writing, listening and just be yourself like that, ranging from practicing writing Chinese characters to preparing yourself a vocabulary, quizzes and tests. I condemned buildings on campus, so this building right here is called the Chase. This actually take the majority, my crosses on my history and my Chinese class in here. One great thing about this campus that everything is so nearby. So this building right here, for example, is only two months away from where I live because this proximity alone how close things are in campus. So this building right here is called Highland, its value on my most favorite academic buildings here at the university for two main reasons. If Ugo and only you can see how much all of Rochester and another reasons that this is hoped in that department go there very often much once or twice a week, my professor's office.