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Every year a new collection of inquiring minds are set off on the journey of post-secondary education an experience everyone should have the chance to discover Adjusting to this new atmosphere is a whole learning process on its own Many students are returning from some time off 1 year maybe 20 years who may finds themselves with some mixed feelings about the change Students may react to this change in many ways as well they will have to deal with different methods of teaching possibly different from those of their secondary-school education Obviously we will find many students who are returning from a year-or two off These students are likely to overreact to large workloads and longer class times which are considerably more than high school Students may stump themselves into believing they are in a comfort zone in the class yet are shocked when their results are low scores and poor grades This may ultimately leave the student feeling as though they cannot go on in the course and they drop out This choice is not wise as it may leave a permanent F on your college transcript depending if you have left after November 8 or not In my case I was working the past year full-time Upon my return I found I was in a more positive frame of mind and I had an actual drive to learn which was never there throughout high school Immediately following this change from the working world back to school we find the students reactions These reactions are mostly towards teachers peers and learning in a very positive way A short series of questions was given to random students around campus The consensus was that most students were enjoying making new friends not worried about how their grades may turn out nor whether or not they will continue with the program after the first set of marks are released In my experiences so far I
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