when does most of the work begin?
September 3, 2008 9:30pm CST
i know that college is a lot of hard work, i mean that is a given before you even go to college...and my girlfriend is in college and she just got her first paper its a four to five page paper and its due in two weeks and this is her first full week, and she knows that the work will get harder but she just wants to know when, toward the end of the year or the middle or what, where she will know what to be expecting while shes there...thanks for taking the time out of your day to read and review my discussion and i hope that you will answer, i hope that you had a great day today and i hope that your night is going to be a great night as well, once again thanks for taking the time!
6 Sep 08
When the beginning of a new semester begins, I think that most of the work begins before the time when the middle-term and final-term examinations come. And you have to get well prepared for the exams. But the best policy is to get yourself busy in the usual time to get prepared for all the courses you learn so that it won't be so harsh when the exams come. Happy posting.
4 Sep 08
Greetings, well it actually depends on her course and her school. If her course is a two years then its going to be a long two years for her. If its a four to five years course then in general though its a bit difficult at the first two years (since she will still be adjusting) its at the third year that really puts a strain on you physically, mentally, and even spiritually. But don't fret for at the last semester on her fourth or fifth year will the easiest that she will have. And as for the school, schools with a known positive reputation tends to make college life a difficult yet meaningful task for the students since they have high expectations. Over all I guess it really depends on her, on how she adapts herself to college life that will dictate when most of the difficult work will begin. Some people have difficulty with minor subjects thus they have difficulty adjusting at the beginning and yet some have difficulty with major subjects and thus have difficulty on the latter years of college life. I hope I didn't make a mess on answering this.