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Since I am a first year college student unlike the undergrads that are in their second third fourth or fifth years I have one huge problem I feel as though my creativity is somewhat by the size of some of my classes Some of my classes I am registered for contain students ranging from 250 to 500 seats if not more than that because sometimes it ends up being a lot of people sitting on floors or standing the whole class I understand that this method of huge lectures may cut down on the amount of time that students and professors have to be on campus for the academic portion of the day and also helps keeps the amount of professors to a more reasonable amount But my question would have to be what about us the students We didnt attend college to be rushed through the academic day because we have such large class sizes that we may never even get to really meet professors With us not being able to introduce ourselves to our professors how are we really even benefitting from this As a student you are forced to pay for your education an education that is advertised to be more in depth of that of the education you received in high school Where in actually is seems like the complete opposite of that notion These larger class sizes often limit you to seek guidance from that of a undergrad or graduate TA which to me just means that you arent getting an actual education but a revised version from the TA you are assigned I was told that creativity was praised in college but why should I believe that creativity starts in the classroom if I never even met my teacher for them to know how much of a great mind I may be It seems like creativity is put on the backburner to budgetMy first thought when I was presented
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