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Moving ForwardTeachers always had a way of scaring students into thinking high school was the worst Filling our minds with all those misperceptions and making us think high school is extremely hard and unbearable Homework tests and semester finals were the three key points the teacher mentioned to us that if we did badly in any of these categories then we would fail Another rule they told us was that for every little problem students cause teachers end up giving you a referral Although the same goes for college as well once again scaring us to seem like college is really difficult Some of these words of advice that the teachers give us may be true but some may be false too It is time to clear up all the doubts that could occur when thinking about high school and college helping us to understand the changes that take place when switching from one level of education to the nextThe expectations for high school are pretty straightforward Before or during when the bell rings the students must be seated If late you are immediately excused to get a tardy slip In the class doing other homework is not allowed only the work for that specific class can be worked on only Also when help is needed on an assignment the teachers will be there to help you These teachers are willing to bend over backwards for their students even the ones that do not try in class but the students themselves have to be willing to accept their help Another key point is dress codes in high school you must dress appropriately In other words girls can not show too much skin and boys must not sag their pantsAlthough the expectations seem overwhelming in high school there are quite a few rules in college as well Bells are not an issue but neither is attendance Showing up five minutes before class ends is both
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