The most frustrating aspect about the school that I attend is that it is not unified as a whole. Many students come in and out of the classroom to merely get the assigned work done, without any desire to get to know their fellow classmates. I wish this wasn't so! If we could only be unified, I believe our school would boom with even more success.
The school itself is a great one. I would have to say one of the most fusterateing things about school would be the same as other schools which is the price of its tuition and books.
I would have to say the most frustrating thing about school would be all the homework you are expected to do along with working and having children. This would be the reason lots of individuals give up and don't go back. All students have bills in there own way and they have to get paid some how and we don't get paid to go to school so inturn this means college students must have a job to support themselves.
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