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Before attending college I would always try and avoid taking math classes in high school and when I had to take them i took a less challenging math. Now i kick myself everyday for not furthering my math skills for the fact that I use math every day and in most of my tech. classes. I wish i would have known to pay more attention to math and would have applied myself more so that it would be benifiting me now rather than making up for lost time. However there has been a darastic change since highschool.
I wish that I would have known how long the wait would be to get into the nursing program before I came to this school. I aslo wish I would have known how class scheduling times are very limited, especially for their science courses. One last thing that I wish I would have known before I came to this school is that their cafeteria is only open till 2:00p.m. each day the campus is open.
Before attending Rhodes I wish I would have paid more attention in high school and strived more for success during those crucial years instead of focusing on my social life. I would also like to have known a little more about the professors at Rhodes so I knew what I was getting into when I came to class and known their teaching styles.
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