The interior. I'm not used to it yet, so sometimes I end up walking the wrong direction.
the most frustrating thing about my school is the schedul. in my major we don't have much choices to pick the best schedul for us. also math and acounting teachers are not many as i was expecting. There are really few teacher who teach calculas one an two. i don't have choice , i have to take one of them because i like my major and i keep going for it and i still get A in all classes.
Not being able to know what your final grade is in certain classes.
I'd have to say that with the economy being what it is, the thing that bothers me the most is how expensive it is to pay for an education. Once you've managed to scrape up the tuition, you've got your books, transportation, and the cost of living! In today's economy, the days of the college party are numbered. Things are really tough especially if you have children.
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