The most frustrating thing from my school is the technology. The computers are pretty slow and the printers work half the time. The internet is also pretty slow. The other thing that is frustrating is that I do not know where all my money is going that I pay to go here. The food is not always the greatest. It is not always satisfying.
I was frustrated that the professors didnt tell me what was going to be on tests. I guess this frustrated me the most. However, I realize that I had to think on my own and make things happen for me. Although I was frustrated by this I realize I was being taught.
One frustrating thing about the school is that there are some teachers that are over demanding for every little subject, and want us to do large number of assignments in a matter of short time. Another frustrating thing is having to take classes that are not core classes for their major. The current college that I am attending requires me to take a religion class, which I am really opposed to this idea. My suggestion to this situation is to have many different types of classes of religion to avoid future problems with any students and avoiding any lawsuits.
Faculty don't support Christian activities
being a nursing major.
The labs for most science classes has more homework and studying than the lecture class of the same science classes. The labs are once a week for an hour, whereas, the lectures are 1hr and 15 minutes, three days a week.
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