What I consider the worst thing about my school some of the instructotr's approch towards how students learn. This is since some instructors when you ask them to help yuo one on one all they say is to go to tutoring. This makes me feel as if they only care about teaching the general things they need but they don't care about thier students.
There are not a lot of choices to choose from club-wise such as abroad programs and clubs wise.
I consider the worst thing about school is it wasn't my first choice of school to attend. My first choice was Gallaudet University or Rochestor Institution for Techonlogy which it was located in Washington D.C and New York. The reason why i came to this school is to pull my ACT and SAT test up before i can get accepted in those colleges. Also, this school doesn't have some of activities or actual sport teams that can be recoginzed. I am an althetic and this school doesnt have any girl basketball programs for students. It is tradegic.
The lack of student life. You go to class and thats it, you don't feel like you are part of a large group and and educational community.
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