The most frustrating is that when you go to a big college you seem to get discouraged when you finds out everything is not what you thought it would be. The thought of you meeting new people and starting over is frustrating. In all, you'll find yourself adjusting and becoming accustom to things that you would have never thought you would before.
They have this system where they give priorities to people who have more credits and and people who are preparing to graduate. The priority is that they get to register sooner (about a week or two). Worst if you are a new students (a month). By the time I register (I've completed 2 quarters), a lot of my mandatory classes are filled, and I'm on the waiting list. For the time being I was here, I was lucky enough to always get into my classes.
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