As (what I would consider) a very successful high school student, I feel I never found a successful way to learn and perform the best that I could at Birmingham-Southern. It's a very intimidating college as a new student and it seems that there is one type of student that they cater to help. Students that would be considered "brown-nosers" are the most successful. This was frustrating to me because extroversion is not one of my personality traits which kept me from standing out in a positive way.
In myschool the most frustrating things are so money. but i waant to list the most one. one of this is there bis no education quality in this school, finally the graduat students are not get work which is equvalant to their education level .
The amount of work required to make average grades, of which would be above average at many state colleges and universities.
The most frustrating part of my school is that there is no ethnic or cultural diversity. The school is also located in a dangerous section of Birmingham and shopping at any of the stores near school makes me very scared.
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