Freshman advice from a sophomore who survived the the first year
If you’ve been reading any of my blog entries, you’ll know that most of my good ideas come from the people I meet. Life would be boring without the constant stream of interesting people who cross my door.
So, I decided today to ask my friend/student worker/consultant-on-real-student-life for ideas on today’s blog. She promptly came up with a list of student, especially freshmen, related comments. Some of them fun and some serious.
Here are Jamie’s Top Four Tips: (Or “What’s Good Enough to Sound Like it Came from
a Parent but is Straight from a Student’s Mouth”)
I really understand the importance of exams because of how many of my classes are weighted so heavily on them. In two of my classes, I only have 4 exams each worth 25% of my final grade! And I really didn’t do good on my first series of exams at Calvin, but thank God that none of them are cumulative! =]Posted by Joshua Ho on 10/16 at 07:19 PM
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