The one thing I wish would have known is how different each instructor's teaching styles is. I have some that are willing to let you cath up and some that leave you beind. However I am steadily overcoming this with help from tutors and study groups.
I took a tour of the school before going so I knew a lot of what to expect when attending this school. But, one thing I wish that I would have known or anticipated was how important having a car would be. Parking at the school is free so that's not a problem, it's just that places to go in the town are not always within walking distance of campus, so a car would have been very beneficial.
I wish I had known how easy it is to go to college. Universities are so helpful answering questions you don't know.
I wish that I would have known how to prepare myself for college and how to take better notes in class.
As many people as I do now.
How shitty the meal plan was, and how bad it smelled.
What I would need for classes.
The school size.
Nothing comes to mind.
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