When I talk to my friends about my school, I usually brag about the small class sizes and the variety of opportunities in regards to realm of study. Of my schedule, only one of my courses is on campus one-hundred percent of the time. The others are fully online or online with the occasional meeting on campus, which is wonderful for me to be able to have a life outside of college.
This is kind of not your typical student answer but I brag about taking the hardest professor for Anatomy I and Anatomy II. He is known for being too difficult and out of 30 students that start his class, only 7 or 8 pass. I guess im trying to push myself since i went down the hard road before.
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